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Regular news: Issue 519 8 May 2009

Bus operators overruled as Oxford pedestrian plans given green light

The first part of a strategy to improve Oxford’s pedestrian environment will go ahead this summer after the county council rejected bus operators’ calls for the work to be delayed until a statutory Quality Partnership Scheme was in place.

Oxfordshire’s Transform Oxford project aims to give pedestrians much greater priority on many city centre streets. But bus operators have warned that the proposals to re-route buses away from certain streets could have a damaging effect on...

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