However, the government has repeatedly given its backing to them, including rejecting a petition calling on it to scrap emergency active travel funding for them.
> Government backs Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and cycleways in reply to petition calling for withdrawal of funding
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Car traffic down by almost two thirds inside one south London low traffic neighbourhood | road.cc
Railton LTN in Lambeth also sees goods vehicle traffic slashed in half
Lambeth Council says that a low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) centred on Railton Road between Herne Hill and Brixton has seen car traffic fall by almost two thirds and goods vehicle traffic slashed in half on roads within it, as well as a big increase in cycling, according to independent monitoring.