Friday 7 September 2018

Greenwich to go Car Free

To celebrate Car Free Day the beautiful historic Greenwich Town will be opened up for a Saturday of fun for all ages. Expect food, drink, music, games and activities on clean, green streets...and no cars!

Why is it happening?
The Royal Borough of Greenwich wants to reduce motor vehicle traffic through Greenwich town centre to reduce air pollution and make the streets safer for walking and cycling.

The council will monitor traffic and air quality to see what impact Car Free Day has in the area.  Council staff will be on hand to listen to your views so you can help shape their plans.

How it works
King William Walk and College Approach will be closed to motor vehicles from 6am until 11.30pm. The event will run from 12noon until 6pm.

Nelson Road and Creek Road will become two way and marshals will be on site to guide and direct traffic. Parking will be suspended on the affected roads.

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