The Barnabas Road closure, introduced last month to help people walk, cycle and maintain social distancing as lockdown is eased, will be enforced by camera from Monday 29 June.

It is one a number of closures implemented as part of the Council’s emergency road safety plan, which will help protect people from increased levels of traffic as public transport use declines. 

Anyone driving through the closure – which is fully signposted with Department for Transport approved signs – will face a fine of £130 from Monday, reduced to £65 if paid within two weeks. 

The closure is implemented under an experimental traffic order, which is temporary, and gives residents the chance to have their say before any decision is made on whether to make it permanent. Residents can have their say by emailing streetscene.consultations@hackney.gov.uk.

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