Sharing from Europe


Shared space is growing in the UK. Schemes in Ashford, Gloucester, Brighton and Southend have all received publicity and differing degrees of reception over recent years, but the notion of seamlessly blending traffic and pedestrian flows has been a part of continental European culture for some time now.

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