Traffic slowing on Hornsey Park Road: How to move on?

The last General Meeting overall welcomed the 20 mph limit now applying to Hornsey Park Road, but still many questions remain to be answered.

What further traffic calming measures could be introduced?

Should the pavements be extended narrowing space for traffic?

Are the speed humps having an impact or are they adding noise and damage the houses?

Is the new spine road (Clarendon Road) sufficiently signposted?

If you have an opinion or suggestions we'd like to hear from you!

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