Calls to get on with Shrewsbury museum traffic trial
0 Comments Shropshire Councillor Andrew Bannerman, who represents Quarry and Coton Hill, want the local authority to press ahead with a trial which would reverse the one-way direction of traffic on Princess Street and Market Street in the town.
Currently the road, which runs outside Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery, is “access only” but despite attempts to enforce the ban some drivers are still using it to bypass town centre traffic.
Call to change traffic flow Councillor Bannerman said: “My question is why on earth have we not trialled it by now? The idea has been around for months, why... read more
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