Exchange Street has functioned as an indicator for the city’s future direction: if we can’t keep a pedestrianised city centre street free from cars how can we address larger issues?
How do you solve a problem like Exchange Street? What if you simply invited people to chat in the street?
Can you really be arrested for walking in a pedestrianised street?
Exchange Street is closed to motor traffic: only pedestrians and cyclists are allowed there. So why are people still driving down the street, and why are the police not stopping them?