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I have just found this on Gateshead MBC website

Creating safe space in Gateshead

Following the Covid-19 outbreak the government have introduced guidelines requiring people to maintain social distancing.

Government have asked that all local authorities make quick changes to ensure social distancing is carried out.

As a result, we are proposing to introduce quick and flexible changes to shopping areas to:

enable social distancing to be observed

support the recovery of the borough and safe reopening of businesses

The temporary changes include:

one-way traffic routes to ensure there is enough space for shoppers to queue and for others to pass safely

suspension of kerbside parking,

removal of parking and loading bays,

narrowing of streets,

new signage

space for walking

Birtley Removal of on-street parking and loading bays on Durham Road to accommodate increased pedestrian space.

Coatsworth Road Coatsworth Road to become one way (northbound only) with narrowing of carriageway to provide increased pedestrian space.

Jackson Street Closed to general traffic, with footways widened.

Low Fell Removal of on-street parking and loading bays to accommodate increased pedestrian space. Creation of new disabled parking bays to replace those lost.

Pelaw Removal of on-street parking on Shields Road (opposite Aldi) to accommodate increased pedestrian space.

Whickham Removal of some on-street parking on Front Street to accommodate increased pedestrian space.

Winlaton Closure of front Street to vehicular traffic west of Branch Street. Removal of on-street parking to accommodate increased pedestrian space.

Wrekenton Narrowing of northern end of High Street to accommodate additional pedestrian space.



The whole thing including detailed maps of the proposed changes is here:


Creating safe space in Gateshead - Gateshead Council

Also posted on Regional ROAD NETWORK - Coast Road, Great North Road, A69, A19, Central Motorway, etc
 

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What a joke, they could have easily marked out some metre gaps on the pavement like so make other businesses have.
 
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