222 - One Shot One Ride - Exhibition Road

The street renovated before the Games in 2012 by the architectural firm Dixon and Jones for a shared space scheme for the road and surrounding streets which would give pedestrians greater priority whilst still allow some vehicular traffic at a reduced speed.  In South Kensington provides access to many nationally significant institutions, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Science Museum, Natural History Museum (which incorporates the former Geological Museum), the Royal Geographical Society, Imperial College London, Pepperdine University Abroad and Jagiellonian University Abroad. The road gets its name from the Great Exhibition of 1851 which was held just inside Hyde Park at the northern end of the road. Part of the road constitutes the border between the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and the City of Westminster and the road forms the central feature in an area known as Albertopolis. The London Goethe Institute and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints meeting house are also located on Exhibition Road. (Wikipedia Font)