TfL heritage adviser aims to banish roads ‘mayhem’

Architects have found an unlikely ally in their ongoing battle with traffic engineers. Transport for London’s newly appointed heritage adviser has pledged to create pedestrian-friendly shared public spaces across the capital.

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