Winter gritting map

The map below displays priority roads and pavements, as well as grit bin locations in Haringey. Use the search box to find an address and click and zoom in on the map to find out if there are any priority routes or grit bins at that location.

A description of the different priorities and symbols used can be found below the map.
 

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Map legend

Map indicatorGritting priority level (plus link)Brief description
Turquoise line key used for carriageway frost patrolSolid turquoise lineCarriageway frost patrolFrost patrols are carried out when there is a forecast of near or sub-zero overnight temperatures, which may result in the formation of frost or ice.
Solid purple line key for carriageway priority 1Solid purple lineCarriageway priority 1These are the most heavily trafficked and/or steepest carriageways, and those serving important locations (such as ambulance or fire stations) on less heavily trafficked roads.
Solid blue line key for carriageway priority 1A (schools)Solid blue lineCarriageway priority 1A (schools)These are carriageways that do not carry heavy traffic, but do serve schools. This classification only applies during term time.
Solid green line key for carriageway priority 2Solid green lineCarriageway priority 2These are moderately trafficked and less steep carriageways in the borough, and those serving locations where there are known groups of vulnerable people (such as residential care homes)
Solid orange line key for carriageway priority 3Solid orange lineCarriageway priority 3These are the least trafficked and lowest gradient carriageways in the borough.
Solid pink line key for carriageway resilience networkSolid pink lineCarriageway resilience networkThe roads that have been agreed with Transport for London as essential to keep London moving. In the rare event of a grit shortage, only these streets will receive ongoing treatment.
Dotted green line key for pavement frost patrolDotted green linePavement frost patrolFrost patrols are carried out when there is a forecast of near or sub-zero overnight temperatures, which may result in the formation of frost or ice.
Dotted red line key for pavement priority 1Dotted red linePavement priority 1These are the busiest pavements, and those serving key locations such as transport hubs, emergency services premises, residential care homes, town centres and main shopping areas.
Dotted pink line key for pavement priority 1BDotted pink linePavement priority 1BThese are pavements on main roads in the borough that are not included as Pavement Priority 1, but do need localised treatment, such as on dropped kerbs, crossings, at bus stops, and outside public buildings.
Dotted blue line key for pavement priority 2 (schools)Dotted blue linePavement priority 2 (schools)These are pavements that do not carry heavy pedestrian traffic, but do serve schools. This classification only applies during term time.
GB symbol	used for grit bins locationsGB symbolGrit bins locationsThere are 165 grit bins throughout the borough, normally at more remote locations that are not included in Priority 1 and 2 schedules but where there are enhanced risks, such as at hilly or exposed locations, and also potentially dangerous road junctions.

 

Page Last Updated:

10 January 2019

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