Low Traffic Neighbourhoods Proposals for Communities

Closes 4 Jul 2021

Opened 4 Jun 2021

Overview

We are seeking feedback from local residents, visitors and businesses on our projects in the Corstorphine and Leith areas of the city which aim to create a safer and more comfortable environment for walking, cycling, wheeling and spending time in local streets and outdoor spaces. The projects build upon the City of Edinburgh Council’s current cycling and walking projectsActive Travel Action Plan, City Mobility Plan and in Leith the cycle and walking improvements that are a part of the Trams to Newhaven project.

Full details of engagement previously undertaken on each project can be found in the ‘Related’ section at the bottom of this page.

Our proposals, which we want your feedback on, are detailed for each scheme below. These have been informed by opinions and ideas shared during the first phase of engagement, as well as traffic data indicating where issues of intrusive traffic may be occurring.

We will be holding co-design style workshops with the public so that the design team can closely explore design details in greater depth with the community. Dates for each scheme and details of how to sign up for these are shown below. Please follow the links to sign up.

Corstorphine LTN design workshops

Leith LTN design workshops:

You will find further information on each scheme including maps of proposals and next steps via the link below. You’ll also find ways to give your feedback including our online survey.

See the proposals and give us your views

Corstorphine Connections Low Traffic Neighbourhood

Please review the Corstorphine proposals and complete the survey

Leith Connections Low Traffic Neighbourhood

Please review the Leith proposals and complete the survey

Areas

  • Natural neighbourhood area - Corstorphine
  • Natural neighbourhood area - East Craigs
  • Natural neighbourhood area - Leith

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • All interests