Khan's "disruptive" Low Traffic Neighbourhoods scheme to be challenged after residents' feedback


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Following feedback from residents, Conservative councillors for Wandsworth Council have decided to urgently review the Low Traffic Neighbourhoods scheme (LTN's) put in place by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.


The calls come following major delays on the A24 road in Tooting as a result of the road changes.

A spokesperson for Wandsworth Conservatives said: "Listening to residents, it is clear that the LTN's in their current form are unsustainable. And have been heavily impacted by Sadiq Khan's disruptive A24 changes.

"The Mayor's A24 changes are causing traffic chaos across Tooting - causing excessive amounts of pollution. But when it comes to LTN's, the council has always been clear.


"Traffic calming measures have to work for residents. And if they don't, the council stands ready to change them."

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