How communities are divided over low-traffic neighbourhoods

Closing roads to cars promotes safety and neighbourhood spirit, but measures can also deepen divides between residentsTell us about your experiences of reducing traffic and creating green neighbourhoodsSo you want to set up a low-traffic neighbourhood? Here’s where to startMythbusters: eight common objections to LTNs – and why they are wrongIn Poole, 41-year-old teacher Kate Salter said a low-traffic neighbourhood (LTN) had transformed her community. Salter was involved in proposing the measures to her council, which came into force at the end of August.“As soon as the planters went in, there was a change in the volume of traffic. It… Source – Full Article