Report drops barriers to shared space

Guide Dogs for the Blind says shared space can be dangerous.

The controversial concept of “shared space” — which would transform Britain’s streets by abolishing “barriers” such as kerbs, railings, traffic lights and white lines — has taken a major step forward with the publication of a report recommending its use.

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