An expanded Greenwich Low Traffic Neighbourhood could be installed either side of Greenwich Park under newly released plans.
Consultation has begun on plans which would see roads closed except for emergency services, public transport, blue badge holders and taxis.
Under option A east of Greenwich Park there would be bus-only access on Vanbrugh Hill and near Westcombe Park station.
Vanbrugh Hill is notorious for poor levels of driving with vehicles heading the wrong way down the street.
Click here to see option B which also has bus-only sections in certain directions at two locations.
In West Greenwich many of the restrictions installed then removed in the recent past would be reinstated.
West Greenwich has long had plans for LTNs which predated covid traffic measures.
Royal Hill would again see restrictions near James Wolfe school. The above image shows option A, with B and C visible here.
A number of options for improving streets have also been drawn up, with public realm improvements and new trees and parklets.
New pedestrian crossings can be seen in a number of areas on draft plans.
Comments can be made online with two in-person events and others online set to be held.