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Streets for All Case Studies

Removing unnecessary signs, poles, bollards, barriers and road markings are just some of the changes being made by councils in a bid to improve our streets.

Streets for All: Practical Case Studies consists of a summary document plus ten leaflets, each on a different aspect of making better streets and each featuring a town or city where this has been put into practice.

The leaflets include how to deal with practical issues such as:

  • Signage
  • Historic surfaces
  • Parking restrictions
  • Traffic calming and
  • Use of white lines

Aimed at local authorities and highways engineers, each leaflet contains detailed advice on issues to be considered and procedures to go through and lists relevant documents and legislation.

They help practitioners understand the key elements that make up successful streetscape management.

You can download each of the publications from the foot of this page.

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