Guidance

How to develop safe streets for mixed use (LTN 3/08)

Lessons learnt from previous mixed priority route schemes to help those who develop roads which are used for multiple purposes and by different vehicles.

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LTN 3/08 Mixed priority routes: practitioners’ guide

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This document reviews 10 schemes that were part of the mixed priority routes road safety demonstration project. It presents the lessons learnt from the project to help practitioners develop similar mixed priority routes.

Mixed priority routes are streets with high levels of traffic, which are used:

  • for residential and commercial use
  • by different road users, such as shoppers, cyclists, bus passengers and schoolchildren
  • for parking and deliveries
Published 13 October 2008