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One-way traffic flows introduced to three West Marsh streets

9:31 am, Monday, 20th September 2021 - 2 years ago

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North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are raising awareness of the introduction of new one-way traffic flow on three streets in the West Marsh, introduced as part of a wider scheme to improve traffic flow and increase parking capacity in this area.

Changes have included amending existing parking restrictions to improve and increase the parking capacity and availability, but has also seen one-way streets introduced on Chantry Lane, Crescent Street and Dover Street. 

Works are taking place on site between Monday 20 September and Friday 1 October and once complete the changes will come into operation immediately.

The one-way introductions will see:

  • Crescent Street, one way operating from the junction with Earl Street to Cartergate
  • Chantry Lane, one way operating from the junction with Cartergate to Earl Street
  • Dover Street, one way operating from the junction with Earl Street to Ripon Street

 The statutory Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) process has been followed to make these changes, with the residents and Ward Councillors engaged with throughout the process and their feedback and considerations developed into the final plans.

Further details about the TRO process can be found at www.nelincs.gov.uk/traffic-regulation-orders.

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