Could this be pedestrian paradise in Bradford on Avon?
This is how council chiefs envisage a more pedestrian-friendly centre of Bradford on Avon in future.
Details have been published about proposed changes to the centre of the town as part of a scheme to ease traffic problems.
A public exhibition has gone on display to outline improvements to Church Street and Market Street in a bid to make the route safer and reduce the impact of vehicles.
The improvements, which focus on the Church Street/Market Street junction, include increasing the number of "informal" pedestrian crossings, installing more ramps to encourage drivers to slow down and widening pavements.
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Other measures include raising the height of the road around the junction so the entire area is one level.
The junction – a pinch point for busy traffic – will also look less cluttered, with the removal of unnecessary signs, road markings, as well as a review of other street furniture, and improved lighting.
A spokesman for Wiltshire Council said the plans had been developed in partnership with the town council.
Work is now being carried out to examine other parts of the town, including in Silver Street, Market Street and Frome Road, to see what improvements would be suitable there.
The first phase of the plans will next be on public display at St Margaret's Town Hall, in St Margaret's Street, between 6pm and 9pm on Thursday, January 31, where members of the project team will be on hand to answer any questions.
People can also view them online at www.wiltshire.gov.uk.