Improving Tottenham Hale
Transport for London (TfL) is working with London Borough of Haringey to help regenerate Tottenham. We will be converting the large one-way system on the A10 at Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters back to two-way operation on all roads. TfL will also remove the smaller gyratory at The Hale allowing a bigger and better bus station and public square to be built which will create a new focal point outside Tottenham Hale station.
Traffic dominates the current one way system, creating a noisy, unattractive and potentially hazardous environment for pedestrians and cyclists.
TfL want to reduce the impact traffic has in the area and improve the environment for those living, working and travelling in the area. To do this TfL will:
- Introduce two-way traffic on High Road, Monument Way, Broad Lane, Hale Road and The Hale, improving route choice and local accessibility
- Improve the look, feel and security of the area, by planting trees, installing new seating and enhancing street lighting
- Improve road safety with more crossing points for pedestrians and cyclists
- Improve cycling facilities and parking in the area
- Lessen the impact of traffic on Broad Lane by implementing a 20mph speed limit and introducing more crossing points
- Create a new public square outside Tottenham Hale station
- Build a bigger and better bus station at Tottenham Hale
- Improve how bus routes operate in the area and where bus stops are located
- Improve interchange at Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters stations between bus services, the Victoria Line and National Rail services
Detailed scheme information
For more information about the Tottenham Hale improvement scheme please visit tfl.gov.uk/TottenhamHaleScheme.
Proposed changes to bus routes
Introducing two-way traffic on the roads around Tottenham will allow us to make the bus network more convenient for many people. We are proposing changes to a number of routes serving Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters as outlined below.
Click the underlined route numbers (where available) to view a map of the current and proposed routeings.
- Routes 41 and N41 would be diverted to serve Broad Lane in both directions. Buses on these routes will no longer serve High Road or Monument Way
- Route 123 would be diverted to serve Monument Way in both directions and will no longer serve bus stops in Broad Lane or High Road
- Route 230 would be diverted to serve Monument Way in both directions and will no longer serve bus stops in High Road or Broad Lane
- Route 341 would be altered to turn directly between High Road and Philip Lane in both directions. Buses will no longer serve bus stops on High Road at Tottenham Green
- Route W4 would be diverted to serve Broad Lane and High Road in both directions. Buses on this route will no longer serve bus stops in Monument Way
- Route N73 would be diverted to serve Monument Way and High Road in both directions. Buses on this route will no longer serve bus stops in Broad Lane
- Routes 123, 230, W4 and N73 would serve the bigger and better bus station at Tottenham Hale in both directions improving the interchange at Tottenham Hale station between bus services, the Victoria Line and National Rail services
- Route 192 will also serve the bus station and a new bus stop in Watermead Way before entering the bus station from Ferry Lane
Earlier this year we consulted on proposals for bus routes in the Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters area.
We received 178 online responses to the consultation..
After carefully considering all responses, we have made a decision. We will be diverting buses on routes 41 and N41, 123, 230, 341, W4 and N73 as per our proposals
Over the next 10 months we will remove the current one way system, create a bigger and better bus station, improve access for residents, reduce traffic speed and volume on Broad Lane and make the area more accessible for those walking or cycling.
Route 341 has already been permanently diverted as a result of the High Road changes. The remainder of the bus routes affected by the changes at Tottenham will be diverted once all the roads are made two way.