Safety improvements for Durrington Hill

Series of traffic calming measures being installed to slow vehicles.

 
Last updated:
23 October 2015

Changes are being made to Durrington Hill in Worthing to make it safer for road users.

West Sussex County Council is installing safety measures to slow traffic speeds.

The traffic calming was agreed after residents’ concerns over speeding in the residential street.

Improvements include:

  • A raised platform at the junction with Whylands Avenue;
  • A raised platform at the junction with Bramble Lane;
  • A speed hump north of the junction with White House Place;
  • A chicane at the southern end of Durrington Hill; and
  • Clearer signs.

Work starts on Monday, October 26 and will last for six weeks, subject to weather conditions.

It will take place Monday to Friday between 7.30am and 5.30pm.

The road will be closed at times.

Traffic will be diverted along Ivydore Avenue during the closure.

The scheme will cost £107,000.

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