Category: Highways

  • Lionel Road South to be closed all 2019

    Residents may remember that Cllr Dabrowska alerted users of Lionel Road South (the road on the other side of the A4) that it will be closed for the majority of 2018 when it would reopen in the new year.  Today, Cllr Dabrowska found out that the new Brentford FC stadium has asked for a further…

  • Ealing Council misleads whilst doubling parking prices

    Residents and visitors alike have noticed that the parking charges advertised on the Warwick Road Extension (the stretch of highway across Ealing Common) are not the fees charged when paying via RingGo (the parking app/system). As per the yellow signage it states that it costs £2.20 (plus 20p transaction fee), yet when you try to…

  • To zone or not to zone?

    For The Attention Of Residents Of Delamere Road, Elgar Avenue, St Paul’s Close From today, your local Conservative ward councillor, Cllr Joanna Dabrowska, is surveying local residents in the All Saints area on their view of a potential Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ),^ in the area, ahead of the next ward forum meeting#. This relatively small…

  • National Rail finally ‘devegetates’ along track

    After several complaints from property owners living along the route, Network Rail has finally agreed to remove vegetation along the Acton-Hanwell stretch. This will help residents along the north side of the The Mall, Hamilton Road and Inglis Road; as well as the south side of Waldegrave Road and Ealing Village. The works are scheduled…

  • CPZ Review – Zone G residents are being consulted

    It has come to Cllr Joanna Dabrowska’s attention that Ealing Council officers have forgotten to inform Ealing Common ward councillors of the Zone G CPZ Review Consultation. Whilst highways officers discussed it with Cllr Dabrowska in February, she highlighted that the zone G residents that fall within her ward don’t have an issue with the…

  • TfL to reroute 112 bus despite opposition

      Following on from a wide and varied consultation last summer, TfL has decided to go ahead with rerouting bus route 112 via Madeley Road rather than via Uxbridge Road, despite the majority of respondents opposing the idea.    Here is the response from TfL: Dear Sir or Madam   Thank you for your interest and response…

  • Mobike to reduce operational area – is this the end for dockless cycles?

    This week Mobike announced they are pulling out of Manchester – https://mobike.com/uk/blog/post/goodbyes-are-never-easy. Will they pull out of Ealing altogether? Message received from Mobike: “I am writing to inform you that the Mobike operational geo-fence in Ealing is going to be reduced in size in the coming week. The reason for this is that in order to operate our…

  • Rose Gardens to be out of action for a month

    Rose Gardens is undergoing resurfacing from today (councillors have just been informed!) for four weeks. CPZ bays are suspended for the duration. If your car is parked in the road it will be moved and it won’t be returned to its original location.

  • Lights repaired on Gunnersbury Avenue

    Residents reported to Cllr Joanna Dabrowska a few weeks back about the lights that were no longer working along the Gunnersbury (by Elm Avenue). TfL have so far completed repairs to lamp columns 13 and 14, with lamps 16 and 18 is to be scheduled (due to traffic management) for imminent repair.

  • Camper van finally removed from the Common

    Residents local to the Common will recall that a camper van was left abandoned several months ago. Following checks by envirocrime officers to ascertain abandonment it has been finally removed and crushed.