Work starts soon on another road safety improvement scheme

Following requests from the community, improved signage and road markings will be installed

 
High Street, Worthing town centre, looking north

Release date: 22 December 2020

Calls for improvements will be answered with a road safety scheme, scheduled to start in Worthing town centre next month.

Following requests from the community, improved signage and road markings will be installed and applied over a four-week period at the Lyndhurst Road and Union Place roundabouts and their southbound North Street and High Street approaches.

Subject to factors such as severe weather, the scheme will start on 11 January 2021.

Temporary lane closures will be in place and delays are likely. While every effort will be made to limit disruption, road users are advised to allow extra time for their journeys or use alternative routes, if possible, please. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Shops and businesses will be able to open as normal.

It is estimated the scheme will cost about £45,000. This project is part of the £19million worth of improvement works taking place on West Sussex’s roads and footways between September 2020 and March 2021.


Pictured: High Street, Worthing town centre, looking north

 

Notes to editors:

The 2020/21 Highway and Transport Delivery Programme can be seen online and detailed information and a map of all roadworks is also available on our website.

 

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