Park Road safety win at Woodford

By Jennie Curtin
June 4 2014 - 12:00am
Clrs Romola Hollywood and Chris Van der Kley at the Park Road bridge, which pedestrians have had to share with vehicles.
Clrs Romola Hollywood and Chris Van der Kley at the Park Road bridge, which pedestrians have had to share with vehicles.
No through road: Clrs Romola Hollywood and Chris Van der Kley at the Park Road bridge, which pedestrians have had to share with vehicles.
No through road: Clrs Romola Hollywood and Chris Van der Kley at the Park Road bridge, which pedestrians have had to share with vehicles.

The Park Road railway bridge at Woodford, built more than 100 years ago and never fit for pedestrians, will finally be upgraded so vehicles and walkers can both safely use it.

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