TfL Road Network
Transport for London is responsible for managing 580km (360 miles) of main roads in the capital. These are, in many cases, very long established routes. The Roman roads Watling Street and Ermine Street, for example, continue to exist as the modern day A5 and A1. Some roads are associated with other historic phases of London's developments, and this is reflected in their design and the associated streetscape
The historic nature of many of London's main routes is also reflected in their heritage. The Transport for London Road Network (TRLN) contains over 400 listed heritage assets, ranging in size from small milestones to statues, monuments and elaborate freestanding clock towers.
This section provides an up-to-date (as of March 2012) list of the TLRN listed assets. The list is searchable by the road or asset type, or can be viewed as a single document. All listings have a hyperlink to the corresponding entry on the National Heritage List for England, maintained by English Heritage.
Assets by type
Browse for heritage assets by type
» Assets by type
Browse the heritage assets of the TLRN by individual roads
» TLRN Roads
London's streetscape heritage includes over 20 categories of asset. Find out about them here.