In November we reported on the possibility that the The Hill in Langport might in future be closed to vehicles thus marking the end of the short cut towards Yeovil.
A consultation regarding the proposal resulted in 115 residents voting against the closure while 89 were in favour. Somerset County Council has agreed that it will not go ahead with the idea of blocking off the Hanging Chapel and will instead examine a range of other traffic calming measures on The Hill in consultation with Langport Town Council.
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