Tell us about your experiences of reducing traffic and creating green neighbourhoods

We’d like to hear from local communities around the UK who’re trying to reduce traffic and create greener neighbourhoods. Share your stories

Low-traffic neighbourhoods – areas where traffic has been reduced in order to prioritise pedestrians and cyclists – are springing up around the country. In their early stages they can be controversial – but research has shown that once the scheme has been around for a while, people don’t want to go back.

As part of a new Guardian miniseries, we’d like to hear from people around the UK who have been involved in setting up a low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) or live in one.

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