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An artist’s impression of the new-look gyratory. Picture: TfL.
TfL launched a consultation over the designs on Friday.

They include a segregated cycle track going northbound, southbound bus lanes and cycle access along the High Street, and new traffic-free spaces.

People who live in the area or use the road network and new being urged to have their say on the proposals.

Other changes include three new pedestrian crossings, a 20mph speed limit, a raised carriageway between Brooke Road and Church Street, continuous footways over side roads and modal filters at the junctions of Tyssen, Hollar and Batley Roads and the High Street.

Hackney’s deputy mayor and transport chief Cllr Feryal Demirci said: “We’ve been working with residents and TfL for a number of years on plans to remove the car-dominated Stoke Newington one-way system.

 

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