At a workshop on future plans for St Helier, Tristen Dodd, director of transport for the Infrastructure Department, outlined a number of ideas for reducing town traffic in busy areas.
Among them were suggestions to make Bath Street a one-way road with wider footpaths for pedestrians and to turn the road that separates Parade Gardens into a public walkway at a cost of £850,000.
Mr Dodd said that while the proposals were only ideas at this stage and would require public consultation before any development took place, they could help to make the town safer for pedestrians.
However, he admitted that funding the projects during a time of States cuts could be an issue.
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