Tulse Hill one-way system

Gyratory workshop

Gyratory workshop

Transport for London (TfL) has set aside £7m to spend on modernising Norwood Road in West Norwood and the one-way system ( or gyratory) at Tulse Hill over a period of 5 years. See our earlier posts 19/1/16 and 3/6/15

There has been extensive consultation with the local community over the last few months.

The  next set of community workshops are:

  • Tues 9th Feb 6.30pm-8.30pm workshop on ideas for changing the Tulse Hill southnorwood rd feb16 circular one-way system at  Tulse Hill HUB, 357 Norwood Road SE27 9BQ
  • Thurs 11th Feb 6.30pm-8.30pm workshop on improving Norwood Road at  All Nations Christian Centre 15 York Hill, SE27 0BU
  • Tues 23rd Feb 6.30pm-8.30pm workshop on improving Norwood Road at St Martin’s Community Centre, Abbots Park SW2 3PW
  • Tues 8th March 6.30pm to 8.30pm reviewing ideas on changing Tulse Hill one-way system to two way at Tulse Hill HUB, 357 Norwood Road SE27 9BQ

All welcome & refreshments available. Call Streetworks for details: 07496 601 970   http://www.streetworks.london  @StreetworksN2T

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Filed under Community / voluntary, Environment, Local Business, Parking, Planning, Traffic, Transport, West Norwood

2 responses to “Tulse Hill one-way system

  1. Jess

    Thank you for sharing this information. How can we see plans for where the traffic heading in the other direction would be redirected? I would like to know which of the surrounding roads would be affected. Thank you.

    • It is too early to say how the one-way system would operate at the moment. The community consultation will submit its ideas/vision to TfL in April. Concerns & suggestions about the impact will be part of the submission. TfL will then come up with design options and then consult in the usual way.

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