The roads around schools are often clogged with traffic at the start and end of the school day. School Streets restrict vehicle access outside schools during drop-off and pick-up times, which helps to reduce congestion and the risk of casualties, making the journey to school safer for pupils.
Four School Streets were developed in 2020 to create safer, more pleasant environments outside schools, as well as create safe spaces to help social distancing during the pandemic. The schemes were implemented using Experimental Traffic Regulation Orders (ETRO). Under the ETRO process, the scheme can be modified and can remain in place for up to 18 months.
It is now time to decide the future of the experimental School Street schemes in Harrow. We are keen to hear your views - please use the links below to read more about the School Street proposals and then complete the consultation questionnaire for the school in your area:
The consultation period has now ended.
What happens next?
All responses received during the consultation process will be analysed and recommendations presented in a consultation summary report.
|Public Consultation Timetable
|Consultation begins (survey opens)
|18th October 2021
|Consultation ends (survey closes)
|7th November 2021
|Consultation results presented at TARSAP meeting
|7th December 2021
Thank you for taking part.