by Ian Yuill on 7 March, 2019
Council traffic management staff have recommended not introducing one-way traffic on Salisbury Terrace and the upper part of Gray Street.
This recommendation comes despite a survey carried out by the council in March 2017 showing that 80.4% of Gray Street residents who responded and 60.6% of Salisbury Terrace residents who responded supported introducing one-way restrictions.
The traffic management staff do suggest that alternatives that might be possible include short sections of double yellow lines to create passing places or introducing an experimental one-way scheme for 18 months.
Their recommendation to take no action is in a report to be considered by the council’s Operational Delivery Committee on Thursday 14th March.
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