We are responsible for prosecuting people for offences committed under the New Roads and Street Works Act. We also operate a fixed penalty notice scheme. This document explains our policy. 

The documents below give advice and information to London Highway authorities and other stakeholders on the provision of winter services on London's streets and roads.

These documents have been considered by the London Winter Services Review Steering Group and the principles apply to all of London's streets.

London's winter resilience capability  (PDF 149KB)
Keep London Moving: through severe winter weather (PDF 1.34MB)
Pan-London resilience network: definitions (PDF 157KB)
Pan-London resilience network: map (PDF 542KB)
London weather information services: report (PDF 587KB)
Footway treatment: guidance (PDF 745KB)
Clearing snow and ice from pavements and public spaces (PDF 64KB) 
Well Managed Highway Infrastructure section B7 winter service (PDF 2.18MB)

London Authority resilience network maps

These maps show the roads which will be kept open in severe winter weather to keep London moving.

Barking and Dagenham (PDF 1.7MB)
Barnet (PDF 1.9MB)
Bexley (PDF 1.6MB)
Brent (PDF 1.8MB)
Bromley (PDF 0.2MB)
Camden (PDF 2.4MB)
City of London (PDF 1.5MB)
Ealing (PDF 2.3MB)
Enfield (PDF 609KB)
Greenwich (PDF 1.9MB)
Hackney (PDF 2.1MB)
Hammersmith and Fulham (PDF 2.9MB)
Haringey (PDF 1.9MB)
Harrow (PDF 1.9MB)
Havering (PDF 1.6MB)
Hillingdon (PDF 516KB)
Hounslow (PDF 1.8MB)
Islington (PDF 1.7MB)
Kensington and Chelsea (PDF 2.7MB)
Kingston upon Thames (PDF 1.7MB)
Lambeth (PDF 2.5MB)
Lewisham (PDF 1.8MB)
Merton (PDF 1.6MB)
Newham (PDF 1.8MB)
Redbridge (PDF 1.7MB)
Richmond upon Thames (PDF 1.9MB)
Southwark (PDF 2MB)
Sutton (PDF 2MB)
Tower Hamlets (PDF 1.8MB)
Waltham Forest (PDF 697KB)
Wandsworth (PDF 1.8MB)
Westminster (PDF 2.4MB)

Transport modelling plays a vital role in understanding proposed changes to TfL's road network. Modelling also allows us to clearly communicate the proposed changes and to quantify impacts for all road users. Well designed and accurate models allow us to make informed decisions on proposals within London. 

More information on transport modelling at TfL, including our Traffic modelling guidelines and Model Auditing Process documents, are on the Transport modelling guidance page.

Pedestrian Countdown at traffic signals tells you how long you have to cross the road after the green man light has gone out.

In order to share knowledge built up during the extensive work to trial and prove the system, we produced a Technical Information Pack.

This pack is intended as a resource for other local authorities in England who are considering implementing Pedestrian Countdown.

Background information (PDF 1.53MB)
Overview presentation (PDF 1.29MB)
Trial results report (PDF 963KB)
Technical specification (PDF 917KB)
Technical specification explained (PDF 262KB)
Department for Transport approval diagram (PDF 139KB)
Design guidance (PDF 345KB)
Electrical design guidance (PDF 624KB)
Installation manual (PDF 496KB)