Herts County Council is working with police, East Herts Council, town council and business group to implement new Department for Transport guidance.
Critical repair and maintenance works will continue so that the highways remain safe for key workers, emergency services and delivery vehicles.
Indie GreenWatch columnist Louise Tennekoon investigates efforts in Stortford to get us out of our cars and onto buses, bicycles and our feet.
Parents are focusing their efforts on making the road easier to negotiate for walkers, with a dedicated Facebook page and an online survey set up.
Councillor has asked for Northgate to be considered for 'School Streets' programme to ease safety concerns, congestion and poor air quality.
If Stortford successfully bids to be a sustainable travel town it could benefit from a range of measures.
On a normal weekend, Herts County Council highways teams would expect to receive around 100 reports.
M11 north of Stortford remains shut, trains suspended for much of the day and hundreds of homes suffer power cuts as a result of Storm Ciara.
Summercroft mum Angela Gatland was behind the initiative to combat thoughtless and dangerous driving and parking.
Drivers began parking near Tees House last summer, causing traffic jams by holding up lorries and buses, and making passage difficult for pedestrians.
In one week, residents were cut off by road closures and by heavy rain flooding the diversion route, a single-track lane through a ford.
34 people were killed and 364 were seriously injured in Hertfordshire in the course of 12 months.