Traffic cut in half on Hornsey Park Road... temporarily.

Hornsey Park Road traffic

Hornsey Park Road

National Grid’s proposed temporary one way system for Hornsey Park Road from 30th August for eight weeks will provide an interesting test of quite how well the new spine road could cope as a permanent diversion for at least half of all traffic. We propose to ask the council to monitor the effect of the diversion during the busy ‘back to school’ period and, should it prove effective and popular with residents, call for it to be retained for a longer trial period, with a view to possible retention. Please let us know what you think by emailing PMRA or by coming to our next meeting on 7th September 2011.

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