Proposed cycle contraflow scheme Harbut Road (SW11)

Closed 9 Sep 2020

Opened 10 Mar 2020

Overview

The Council would like to inform you of a proposal to implement a cycle contraflow trial on a 60m stretch of Harbut Road. The objective is to improve the flow for cyclists by providing a more direct route for cyclists to join the existing cycle network at the end of Nantes Close. 

A plan of the proposed changes can be seen here, and are detailed below:

  • Install new cycle signage and mark the carriageway with cycle symbols, directional arrows, slow and give-way markings to raise drivers' awareness of cyclists.
  • Install a new pair of ‘Motor Vehicles Prohibited’ signs at the closed section of Harbut Road junction with St John’s Hill Grove to reinforce the no through access.
  • Convert existing single yellow lines to double yellow lines at key locations to protect access and visibility.
  • The provision of one additional car parking bay.

The scheme will be implemented on 10th March 2020 on a trial basis using an Experimental Traffic Order until the end of August.  This will allow for a 6 month monitoring period, after which the Council will consider all aspects of the scheme including comments from residents and cycling groups before a decision is made on whether to make the scheme permanent.    

Have your say

If you wish to submit comments on the scheme, please click on the link below. If you need a paper copy, please contact us at consult@wandsworth.gov.uk.

Areas

  • Earlsfield Ward

Audiences

  • Residents
  • Businesses

Interests

  • Wandsworth Borough