Transport and parking news
Ealing Council and the Police are warning drivers about the dangers of parking on the yellow zig-zag markings outside schools
Ealing Council is lifting parking restrictions in council car parks and residents bays within controlled parking zones this Christmas and New Year.
A crackdown on the illegal use of disabled parking permits, known as blue badges, has resulted in 26 being seized by council officers since July.
Ealing Council is teaming up with London Bike Hub to open a temporary bike shop in Southall.
Residents are invited to attend a public information session on the forthcoming Crossrail works at Ealing Broadway station.
This weekend there will be a number of temporary road closures and traffic restrictions around the West Ealing area for the annual Chariot Festival parade.
Children from West Acton Primary school were treated to a cycle stunt show from the MAD Cycle display team on Tuesday, 7 July as a reward being the Ealing winners of Sustrans’ Big Pedal 2015.
Residents will be able to apply for parking suspensions on the council’s website from today (13 July) when a new online application process launches.
Ealing Council is responding to safety concerns from parents, residents and head teachers by using CCTV to crack down on dangerous drivers who park on the yellow zig-zag markings outside schools.
Ealing Council’s cabinet on Tuesday night (21 April) approved how £7.3million will be allocated to improving the areas surrounding the borough’s five Crossrail stations.
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