City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, GB seeks distancing suggestions through new portal

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, GB Portal
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Council officials are seeking resident suggestions on how to adapt roads during the reopening. The website uses a survey to solicit ideas on how and where to create cycling lanes, open spaces, and slow streets. Bradford will draw on these suggestions when requesting national funds allotted for easing strains on public transit. The district has already added automatic walk signals at crosswalks and widened walkways at two shopping areas.

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