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One-way roads to ease congestion

Plans for a new one way system for a congested part of Norwich are to go on public display.

Norfolk County Council said the changes would improve air quality and help to regenerate the northern city centre.

St Augustine's Street, Magpie Road and Edward Street will all be made one way, with a new link road between Edward Street and Pitt Street.

Plans will be on view in Norwich on 18 April at St Augustine's Church Hall, and on 19 April in Anglia Square.

The county council says work on the new road layout will start later in the year.




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