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Blind groups press council to scrap courtesy crossing plans

PUBLIC REALM

Andrew Forster
17 April 2014
Solihull Gateway: the illustration shows one of the proposed courtesy crossings
Solihull Gateway: the illustration shows one of the proposed courtesy crossings

 

Councillors in Solihull are being urged to drop plans to replace signal-controlled pedestrian crossings with informal courtesy crossings as part of a public realm scheme.

Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council plans to replace two signalised crossings with informal ‘courtesy crossings’ as part of the Solihull Gateway project in the town centre, focused on Station Road and Poplar Road.  

But the Royal National Institute of Blind People and Guide Dogs are fighting the plans,...

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