Thursday 09 November 2017
More than four million people visit Oxford Street each week. All east-west traffic will be stopped but some north-south routes will be maintained, according to the plans.
Other proposals include:
Cyclists would not be able to ride in the pedestrianized area but Transport for London said it would consult on plans to create "new high-quality cycle routes" to the north and south of Oxford Street. Mr Khan said: "Oxford Street is world famous with millions of visitors every year, and in just over a year the iconic part of the street west of Oxford Circus could be transformed into a traffic-free pedestrian boulevard. "Alongside the arrival of the Elizabeth Line, the Oxford Street area will be truly transformed over the coming years."
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