Council Drives Forward Transport Improvements
Parking, review of CPZs and better conditions for cyclists included in new strategy
Drivers, cyclists and commuters could all benefit from improved roads and better public transport, thanks to Ealing Borough’s new transport strategy.
The plan, which was approved by Council’s Cabinet this week, sets out a vision for what should be done to improve traffic flows and make it easier for people to get around the borough.
Some of the improvements proposed in the strategy include:
Councillor David Millican, Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Transport, said,“There is a relentless increase in traffic and a real need to make it easier for people to get around the borough. We are committed to working with our partners at TfL to do all we can to improve transport across Ealing and develop systems that really work. This strategy is of great importance because it sets out our priorities for the future to ensure we improve transport, making life easier for shoppers, commuters, visitors and residents.”
The full strategy is available via the Council’s website at www.ealing.gov.uk
September 17, 2008