Newham

Roman Road Primary School Healthy School Street proposal

On this page find out about the Healthy School Streets proposal for Roman Road.​

​What is the Healthy School Streets proposal for Roman Road?

We are proposing to make Roman Road a pedestrian and cycle only zone at school drop-off and pick-up times. This is between 8.30-9.30am and 3-4pm, Monday to Friday during school term time only. The pedestrian and cycle only zone would not apply during school holidays or at weekends. 

The Healthy School Streets trial scheme will take place for approximately 6 months.

General traffic would not be allowed to use Roman Road at the designated times mentioned above. Non-registered vehicles that enter the pedestrian and cycle zone during operational times would be automatically issued with a penalty charge notice (PCN) by enforcement cameras.

Residents who live within the pedestrian and cycle only zone will be able to drive on the street at all times by registering their vehicles for an exemption permit. Blue Badge holders and the emergency services will be exempt from any restrictions. The pedestrian and cycle only zone will not apply during school holidays or at weekends. 

 
 

How will Roman Road change?

If this Healthy School Streets proposal for Roman Road is implemented we would:
  • Place new signage to show the operational times of the pedestrian and cycle only zone. 
  • ​Install new cameras to enforce the restrictions on non-registered vehicles 
The extent of the pedestrian and cycle zone, and an example of the new signage proposed is shown on this plan.


 

Give Us Your Views 

Share your views by completing the questionnaire by Monday 22 July 2019.

 

What happens next?

The feedback you provide will help us reach a decision on whether to proceed with the Healthy School Streets proposal for Roman Road and if so will help us determine the detailed design of the scheme.

If we decide to proceed with the scheme, the Council will write to you again to provide more detail on exactly how this will look and operate.
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