“Slow” And “Fast” Sidewalk Lanes In London

“Slow” And “Fast” Sidewalk Lanes In London
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Business owners propose a functional division of sidewalks for easier and faster walking traffic.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 4 november 2010

London's Sidewalk Slow Lane Doomed to Fail

Echoing the  famed sidewalk tourist lane gag of Improv Everywhere, the New West End Company in London has begun discussions on a possible division of Oxford Street sidewalks into “slow” and “fast” lanes for tourists and city residents, respectively. This proposal is expected to help workers and residents “proceed without opposition on the sidewalk’s edges” while tourists may carry on at their own pace.

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