Pedestrians will rule roost in CBD laneways

Kelsey Munro
Sydney Morning Herald

SYDNEY’S CBD laneways are set to be transformed into shared zones where pedestrians have right of way and cars are limited to 10km/h, under a $53 million City of Sydney plan to emulate Melbourne’s laneway culture.

The pedestrian-friendly zones are planned around the proposed George Street light rail route and would be phased in over the next three years, pending state government approval.

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