Shoreditch one way system, traffic engineers

Interested to read about the “Look Both Ways” campaign which in the early part of this decade campaigned to get rid of the 1960s Shoreditch one way system. Reading about it is fascinating as without knowing about the campaign the current traffic flow in Shoreditch seems bad enough (there seems to be so much which could be done – Rivington Street and cyclists, Curtain Road etc.) but it must have been really bad.

Stoke Newington Scrap One Way System Campaign.

How does the decision making system for road construction work?

Why is Curtain road still one way?


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