Low Traffic Neighbourhoods are being introduced by London Councils across the Capital in an effort to minimise or remove traffic and reduce pollution in certain areas.
In the neighbourhoods this scheme is in operation, bollards or planters with signage have been installed at entry and exit points to signal the restrictions to drivers, though some roads do not include bollards and are subject to signs only.*
Please note, although some road entrances are no longer accessible, all Roundtrip locations will have a free route available to access the car club bays where the vehicles must be returned at the end of each reservation. Anybody who drives through a restricted traffic filter within a Low Traffic Neighbourhood is subject to a PCN fine.
For more information, here’s a list of London boroughs where this is in place:
*Examples of signage below: