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Regular news: Issue 473 19 Jul 2007

Brighton reviews shared surface street design

Brighton and Hove City Council is to review the operation of a shared surface scheme in the city after a survey by charity Guide Dogs highlighted dangers to blind and partially sighted people.

A shared surface was implemented last month on New Road between Brighton's Royal Pavillion and the city's theatre, with pavements and kerbs removed so that there was no formal divide between pedestrian and vehicular space. The council put in a tactile strip on one side of the street to help blind and...

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