King Henry's Road and Elsworthy Road area traffic changes survey
Camden has proposed far-reaching changes to traffic measures on King Henry's Road and Elsworthy Road. These changes include installing bollards on both roads - by their respective junctions with Elsworthy Rise - that would block all car traffic and force it to travel via Adelaide Road.
Despite the extensive impact these changes would have on the local area, Camden has not consulted residents, and intends to implement them next month.
Please answer the below questions about Camden's current plans and its alternatives and forward this survey to anyone you believe might be interested.
1. Camden Council proposes installing bollards on King Henry's Road and Elsworthy Road at the junctions with Elsworthy Rise to stop all cars and vans travelling down those roads. Do you support this proposal?
2. Camden Council proposes installing an automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) camera at the junction of Avenue Road and Elsworthy Road. This would allow access by vehicles registered to or delivering to local addresses, so only non-residents were prohibited. Do you support this proposal?
3. Would you prefer or support ANPR cameras instead of the bollards proposed on King Henry's Road and Elsworthy Road? This would mean entry to and exit from the eastern end of the roads was prohibited for non-residents only.
I would support it
I would not support it, but I would prefer it to bollards
I would not prefer it to bollards
4. On a scale of 0 to 10, how much of a concern to you is the current level of rat-running on Elsworthy Road and King Henry's Road?
5. Do you have any further comments on the proposals or other changes you would like to see in the area?
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