Traffic Orders issued for Junction Road, Mattock Lane and Olive Road LTNs
One of the affected junctions on Junction Road. Picture: Google Streetview
Ealing Council have published three traffic orders relating to planned Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) this week.
As they are Experimental Traffic Orders (ETOs) this effectively begins the notification period of a week and they will come into force early in August.
The Junction Road LTN, designated in the order as Prescribed Route No. 4, which is dated 29 July will have the following measures:
(a) Close Radbourne Avenue/Junction Road diagonally at their junctions with Ealing Park Gardens and Lawrence Road
(left turns from Radbourne Avenue into Lawrence Road and Junction Road into Ealing Park Gardens and right turns from Lawrence Road into Radbourne Avenue and Ealing Park Gardens into Junction Road would continue to be available);
(b) Close Junction Road diagonally at its junctions with Murray Road (left turns from Murray Road into Junction Road and right turns from Junction Road into Murray Road would continue to be available);
(c) Close Junction Road diagonally at its junctions with Carlyle Road (left turns from Junction Road into Carlyle Road and right turns from Carlyle Road into Junction Road would continue to be available;
(d) Close Junction Road diagonally at its junctions with Darwin Road (left turns from Darwin Road into Junction Road and right turns from Junction Road into Darwin Road would continue to be available)
It is due to come into force on the 6 August.
The Mattock Lane LTN (Prescribed Route No. 1) was issued on 28 July.
This will have the following general effects:
(a) Close Mattock Lane between its junction with High Street W5/Bond Street and a point 3 metres south-east of the eastern wall of Perceval Lodge by means of barriers to vehicular traffic except pedal cycles and emergency service vehicles;
(b) Suspend the existing no entry restriction in Mattock Lane at its eastern junction with Culmington Road to allow access to Mattock Lane;
(c) Suspend the motorcycle parking area and the pay and display parking situated in the above length of Mattock Lane and replace them with waiting restrictions applying at any time in that length of Mattock Lane specified in the Notice.
It comes into effect on 7 August.
The Olive Road LTN (Prescribed Route No. 3) was issued on 28 July.
The general effect of the Order will be to
(a) close Olive Road at its junction with Popes Lane to vehicular traffic except pedal cycles by means of barriers;
(b) prohibit vehicular traffic other than pedal cycles proceeding in Olive Road from entering Durham Road or Sutherland Road westbound at their junctions with Olive Road
(c) suspend the prohibited left turn from Olive Road into Popes Lane.
This comes into effect on 5 August.
Once the orders are in force the Council will be allowed to place barriers on the road where specified and any signage associated with the orders become enforceable.
The ETOs allow Ealing Council to implement schemes without advertising them. There will be a 6 month trial period of the restrictions after which the impact of the changes will be reviewed.
Documents giving more detailed particulars of each Order are available by e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to make a comment on the scheme the council officers responsible can be reached on COVIDtransport@ealing.gov.uk and the senior councillor responsible is Cllr Mik Sabiers SabiersM@ealing.gov.uk.
July 29, 2020