Highway improvements due to start at Cleethorpes junction to improve road safety
Works are set to start at the junction of Grimsby Road and Rosemary Way, Cleethorpes, to improve road safety following an increase in recorded injury collisions.
North East Lincolnshire Council, working in partnership with ENGIE, will start works on Monday 18 February to improve the visibility of the mini roundabout on each approach.
During the works, the following will be completed:
- Installation of additional traffic signs
- Alterations to existing road markings
- Installation of red anti-skid patches on the road surface
The works, once complete, aim to reduce the speed of vehicles approaching the roundabout from either direction on Grimsby Road to make the junction safer for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.
Works will be completed under temporary traffic signals between 7.30am and 6pm. It will take two days to complete.
Advanced warning signs will be displayed at the site advising motorists and residents of the works starting.
The works will be completed by contractor Specialist Surfacing Limited.
The council, in partnership with ENGIE, and contractor Specialist Surfacing Limited would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused by these road safety improvements.
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