- Junction improvements.
- Traffic calming – such as mini roundabouts, 20mph limits, chicanes, road narrowing, road closures, traffic islands.
- Speed limit changes.
- New or altered signs and lines.
- Bus stop improvements.
- New or altered cycle paths.
- New or altered footpaths.
- Pedestrian crossings.
- Safety related parking restrictions
In 2002 Bromley Council’s Executive, having considered the evidence for and against vertical speed reduction installations (i.e. road humps), decided that schemes should only include vertical deflections in extreme circumstances.
All casualty reduction schemes also go through a comprehensive consultation process and support for the schemes must be gained from the Portfolio Holder, Ward Councillors, a majority of the directly affected residents/businesses contacted locally and the wider community advised through local media. Any objections raised during the process may cause delays to the scheme being implemented; a change to the design or costs and may potentially cause the scheme to be rejected.
Contact us about casualty reduction
If you would still like to request engineering measures to aid in casualty reduction, please complete the traffic enquiry form.
Safety cameras, also known as speed cameras or red-light cameras are the responsibility of the London Safety Camera Partnership which is managed by Transport for London (TfL). Faults or maintenance issues with safety cameras should be reported to TfL directly.