Road safety improvements in Queen Mary Avenue, Cleethorpes
Works to reinforce the 20mph zone in Queen Mary Avenue in Cleethorpes are set to start on Monday 21 October following road safety improvements completed in 2017.
The works taking place will provide additional awareness of the 20mph zone on the approach to two nearby schools – Queen Mary Infant and Nursery School and William Barcroft Junior School.
Once complete, the improvements will help to create a safer environment for all road users, especially children travelling to and from the local schools.
As part of the improvements, works will include the installation of 20mph zone signs on entry between Park Street and Daubney Street and the installation of a number of 20mph repeater road markings between Park Street and Lestrange Street.
To allow the signs to be installed, a temporary road closure will be required in Queen Mary Avenue between Park Street and Daubney Street on Monday 21 October between 9am and 3.30pm.
The 20mph road markings between Park Street and Lestrange Street will also be installed on Monday 21 October between 9am and 3.30pm using Stop and Go boards to allow the works to be completed safely.
Advanced warning signs will be displayed and letters sent to local businesses and residents before works start.
During the works, a signed diversion route will be in place. Bus services affected by the closure will be diverted and advanced notices displayed on the buses and bus stops affected.
North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, would like to thank road users for their cooperation while works take place.
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