Council's U-turn over controversial plans for a £280,000 'shared space scheme'

Council's U-turn over controversial plans for a £280,000 'shared space scheme'
 

Council bosses have made a U-turn on controversial plans to create a “shared space scheme” for drivers and pedestrians.
Northumberland County Council wanted to redevelop a busy crossing in the Stobhill area of Morpeth for £280,000.
The work involved removing pavements and road markings at the junctions of Shields Road, Jobling Crescent, First Avenue and Third Avenue so drivers and pedestrians could all use the same space.
Supporters said the scheme would improve traffic flow and make drivers more cautious.
But objectors believed it would lead to more accidents and would not be safe for the... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 43
Source: Sunday Sun
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