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End of road for informal shared surfaces?

The informal protocols that govern the way motorists and pedestrians interact in shared surface streets must be replaced by formal rules, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has told the DfT.

RBKC wants the Department to approve new signage for shared surface streets that would warn motorists ‘Single surface – pedestrian priority’. “The regulation which would enable the sign to be enforceable must include that vehicles must give way to pedestrians,” it...

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