A low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) is a residential area, bordered by main roads (roads that are often used by buses, lorries and non-local traffic), where "through" motor vehicle traffic is discouraged or removed, while allowing access for pedestrians and cyclists.
In August, as a response to Coronavirus, Wandsworth Borough Council announced that they were launching 4 new Low Traffic Neighbourhood pilot schemes for Tooting.
This is as a result of a call from Government for councils to make changes to their streets.
Wandsworth Council removed all LTNs - however they are still only 'suspended'.
Working with the London Borough's TfL are creating more space for people to safely walk or cycle as our city emerges from the coronavirus lockdown.
Temporary cycle lanes and wider pavements are among the changes they are making as part of Streetspace for London.