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New road safety projects

Published: 20/04/2016

Flintshire County Council has announced 11 new road safety projects which will be introduced during the current year. The projects include 6 traffic parking order revisions, which will reduce inconsiderate parking and congestion in some critical areas of the County and the provision of 5 vehicular activated warning signs on roads where excessive speeds have been recorded. The sites have been prioritised following a review of all potential sites and particularly those where requests for the installation of these safety features have been received. Councillor Bernie Attridge, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Environment said; I am pleased to be able to commit Council expenditure to the introduction of these key highway safety features. All of the schemes have been assessed using an agreed scoring system to ensure that we install the features on the roads in most need of them The locations of the traffic orders revisions are Wrexham Road/Brook Street, Mold Abermorddu school Hawarden Road/Queensway, Hope Fagl Lane, Hope Penymynydd Road, Penymynydd Liverpool Road, Buckley The Vehicular Activated Signs will be installed at the following locations: Western end of Ffynongroyw Hawarden Road, Abermorddu A5104 Treuddyn Liverpool Road, Buckley Main Road, Broughton