Croydon Council is considering making changes to traffic flows in our local streets. This may have significant implications for all of us – drivers, cyclists, pedestrians, children who play.
The Council has placed traffic counters on some of our local roads. These are gathering information which will inform discussion about regulating local traffic in different ways. Changes may increase (or decrease) the number of cars using your road.
The consultation is being funded by the Mayor of London’s Healthy Streets initiative. The final decision will come from Croydon Council’s Mayor. More information can be found here https://eastcroydon.org.uk/briefing-note-on-the-engagement-approach-for-addiscombe-east-and-west/
Please attend one of the sessions listed below. You will be free to express opinions on such issues as traffic increases, the impact of speeding cars, traffic calming measures and ways to balance the interests of those who live in our local streets and/or cycle, drive, play and walk in them.
4.30 - 8.30pm Thursday, 23rd November at Clyde Hall, Clyde Rd CR06SZ
4.30 - 8.30pm Wednesday, 29th November at Tunstall Primary School, Tunstall Rd CR06TY
4.30 - 8.30pm Thursday, 30th November at St Mildred’s Parish Church Small Hall, 30 Bingham Rd, CR07EB
4.30 - 8.30pm Monday, 4 December at Church of the Nazarene, 57a Lower Addiscombe Rd, CRO6PQ
|Organisation||Croydon Central East Local Community Partnership|
|Address||CR0 2TB, Croydon, CR0 2TB, United Kingdom|