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Have your say on highway improvements in West Marsh area

9:33 am, Tuesday, 25th July 2023 - 7 months ago


North East Lincolnshire Council and its delivery partner, Equans, are holding a public consultation event around a proposed traffic and road safety project along Armstrong Street and the surrounding areas.

The event is in response to a number of road safety concerns that have been raised to ward councillors by local residents.

The proposals include the introduction of new speed reduction measures on Armstrong Street to lower traffic speeds and discourage rat-running, changes to the Armstrong Street / Beeson Street junction to improve sight lines and junction layout, and the introduction of improved pedestrian crossing facilities near to the Community Centre to improve road safety and support families with young children in buggies and prams, as well as wheelchair and mobility scooter users to get about the local area more safely.   

The event is taking place on Wednesday 2 August at West Marsh Community Centre, between 3pm and 6pm, and you will be able to view the draft proposals and speak to the team behind the project to pass on your thoughts and suggestions.

The comments received at the event will help shape the final scheme design ahead of project delivery next year.

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