The speed limit in Haringey is 20 mph, except for some main roads and streets managed by Transport for London (TfL).
Research shows that:
- there is a link between lower speeds and a drop in the number of serious road collisions
- driving more slowly at a steady pace saves and reduces pollution (unless an unnecessarily low gear is used)
- cyclists and pedestrians feel safer on roads
- healthier ways of getting around, like walking and cycling, are encouraged
30 mph roads
The following roads are 30 mph:
- Boreham Road N22
- Bounds Green Road N22 – between Breamar Avenue and A406
- Ferry Lane N17
- Fortis Green N2
- Great North Road N2
- Hale Road N17
- High Road N22 – between Bounds Green Road and the borough boundary
- Lordship Lane N17 & N22
- Muswell Hill N10
- Priory Road N8
- The Roundway N17 – the western arm
- Westbury Avenue N22 – between Frome Road and Lordship Lane
40 mph road
The following road is 40 mph:
- Watermead Way N17
Map of 20 mph exempt roads
You can view the above roads on a map:
Using a simple online tool (external link) from the Metropolitan Police, you can make a report if:
- you’ve been involved in a road traffic collision
- you might have witnessed an offence on the roads
Report a vandalised or missing speed limit sign
Please do so through our road and markings page.
Queries about speed limits
If you have any concerns or queries about speed limits and associated infrastructure, please contact us:
Tel 020 8489 1000
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