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We want to improve safety for pedestrians and motorists by slowing vehicle speeds on Fairfield Road, Parnell Road and Jodrell Road by introducing more raised tables. This includes raising zebra crossings on these roads to encourage vehicles to slow down in high pedestrian areas.
With less traffic travelling through Bow, we propose to also update the signal timing at the junction of Fairfield Road and the A11 to allow for a pedestrian crossing across the Fairfield Road arm of the junction.
To enable safer pedestrian crossing facilities, it is proposed the roundabout at Fairfield and Tredegar Road becomes a T-Junction.
Pedestrian crossing facilities include a zebra crossing on Tredegar Road and a pedestrian refuge island on Fairfield Road.
Complementary measures such as cycle hangars, play streets and cycle training are also included in the Liveable Streets Bow programme.
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