Transport and streets
COVID-19 and transport update: Tell us how we can make walking and cycling easier and safer in Brent. Nominate streets in need of walking and cycling improvements and have your say today
Find out what we are doing to make travelling in Brent safer and healthier for you
Report graffiti, illegal rubbish dumping, abandoned vehicles and dog mess.
Potholes, gritting, street lights, drains, markings, signs and how we maintain roads.
Older Persons Freedom Pass, blue badges, Travel to school grants and disabled parking bays.
Moving traffic contraventions include banned turns and blocking a yellow box junction.
Weight limit and bridge restrictions are used to limit the impact of heavy goods vehicles on residential areas.
We support and encourage everyone living and working in Brent to cycle.
Permits, controlled parking zones, car parks and penalty notices.
We provide public toilets across the borough which can be found on the public highway, in our parks and in certain council buildings.
A Low Traffic Neighbourhood is a group of residential streets where vehicle traffic which isn’t local to the area is either discouraged or removed. Find out the roads that low traffic neighbourhoods are being planned