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Regular news: Issue 601 20 Jul 2012

Bristol tackles roundabout safety

Bristol City Council is to spend £1m improving the pedestrian and cycling environment at a notorious roundabout close to the city centre.

Surface level crossings will be installed to complement existing pedestrian subways on the St James Barton roundabout, providing a safe route for cyclists and pedestrians.

The roundabout was built in the 1960s and has been highlighted as a danger spot by The Times’ Cities fit for cycling campaign.

“A study by the University of the West of...

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