Roads turnaround: blueprint for urban areas puts cars at bottom of hierarchy

imageNew design manual recommends steps stuch as getting rid of guardrails, providing more zebra crossings and ‘decluttering’ streets by removing traffic signage

The accumulated wisdom of two generations of road engineers grappling with traffic in towns has been turned on its head by the Design Manual for Urban Roads issued jointly by the Departments of Transport and Environment.

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One thought on “Roads turnaround: blueprint for urban areas puts cars at bottom of hierarchy”

  1. Hi all

    I wish some one would the the large proportion that use a car and do not need to that this is the case. Also I wish motorist would not take the change of policy out on us cyclist.

    Philip

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