About this website - and traffic removal

 This website is a resource for planners, transport planners and built environmental professionals in the UK to share knowledge regarding traffic removal in towns and cities.

By 'traffic removal' we mean: pedestrianisation, road closures, reduction of road capacity or filtering of traffic using obstacles, signed restrictions or devices such as bus gates.

Following the one-day conference on 15 September 2017 at UWE Bristol, we have set up the Forum pages to enable researchers and professionals to share evidence and experience about traffic removal.

This website has been set up by transport planning and policy researchers working at UWE (University of the West of England) and UCL (University College London). For any questions, please email steve.melia@uwe.ac.uk or emilia.smeds.13@ucl.ac.uk.

 

 

Header photo of East Street in Brighton (c) Ian Shergold.

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