Road safety consultations

You can submit comments for current road and street school consultations in your area.

Road consultations


You can leave feedback for any current road consultations using our online feedback form.

Online feedback form

Please remember to include your road name and property number.

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Proposed Speed Reduction Measures and Zebra Crossing Schemes 

Alexandra Park Road N10

White Hart Lane N17

Cranley Gardens N10

Shepherds Hill and Wolseley Road 

Durnsford Road N11

Shelbourne Road N17

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Tottenham Lane Roundabout consultation

This consultation is now closed - thank you to everyone who took part.

The consultation results will be added here as soon as they are available.

What we consulted on

Have your say on improving this junction:

Road safety concerns have been raised about this roundabout and our traffic engineers are looking at the design. We also welcome the views of users of the roundabout and nearby local roads, to help us fully understand the usage of this junction, and what traffic issues need looking at.

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Proposed Zebra Crossings

Woodstock Road N4

Alexandra Park Road N10

Wakefield Road N15

Colney Hatch Lane

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Cycleway Improvements Consultation - C1 Route to Queen Street via White Hart Lane

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Queen's Wood Natural Flood Management Scheme

We are working with the Environment Agency to reduce flood risk in Queen’s Wood.

Our approach is to use natural methods to:

  • reduce surface water run-off and collection
  • improve amenity and biodiversity value in the area with surface water managed naturally rather than with pipework

This will help reduce flood risk to properties at Wood Vale and nearby.

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Cycle Superhighways

St Ann's Road

Philip Lane

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School Streets consultations

A school street is where the street outside a school is a walk and cycle zone during drop-off and pick-up times.

During this time only the following can enter the zone:

  • people walking and cycling
  • vehicles with exemption permits


The benefits of School Streets are:

  • a safer environment where children, parents and teachers can go to school by active modes of travel
  • a reduction in air pollution
  • a reduction in obstructive parking
  • improved road safety outside schools

You can leave feedback for any current School Streets consultations online - see the school streets section for more information.

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    February 2, 2023

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