“It was evident that shopkeepers, bus drivers, the young, the old and most of the residents of Ealing were in support.
“We would like to be consulted, not dictated to, that’s all.”
More than 7,000 people have signed a petition objecting to how the traffic-calming measures have been introduced.
Critics insist they support the council’s aims of improving air quality, road safety and cutting traffic in an area which is popular with young families but claim the road scheme is not fit for purpose.
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