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Emergency Measures - Traffic in West Edinburgh

 

Emergency Road Measures for Corstorphine

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On Tuesday 7th July the City of Edinburgh Council notified local stakeholders of proposed significant changes in traffic management for west Edinburgh. At present there are three schemes, one of which - St John's Road - was first notified in June and reported in the press. The others are new and cover East Craigs and Meadowplace Road. The nature of these proposals is such that they are likely to have a very significant effect on travel around this area for many people.

Comments on the St John's Road scheme closed 10th July; comments on the East Craig's Low Traffic area and Meadowplace Road segregated cycle way closed noon on Tue 14th July. See details in the PDF file that contain the emails. 

You may wish to copy in your local City Councillors and MSP to your response.  Contact details:

Councillor Robert Aldridge robert.aldridge@edinburgh.gov.uk
Councillor Claire Bridgeman Claire.Bridgman@edinburgh.gov.uk 
Councillor Mark Brown mark.a.brown@edinburgh.gov.uk

Alex Cole-Hamilton MSP Alex.Cole-Hamilton.msp@parliament.scot

 

St John's Road

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East Craigs "Low Traffic Neighbourhood" (LTN) (includes Craigmount, North Gyle and Craigsbank areas)

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Following public representation, the East Craigs LTN was amended and goes to full City Council meeting for approval on 15th October 2020.


Meadowplace Road

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