Next phase of works to begin in Stallingborough

Next phase of works to begin in Stallingborough

Next phase of works to begin in Stallingborough

The final phase of improvement works are scheduled to begin on Station Road, Stallingborough, next week.

Engineers for North East Lincolnshire Council, ENGIE and EC Surfacing Ltd will be renewing sections of red high friction road surfacing and road markings as part of efforts to enhance the existing road safety measures.

The stretch of road affected is along Station Road, between South Marsh Road and the B1210 roundabout in Stallingborough.

A new red high friction patch will also be installed at the start of the 20mph speed limit at the junction with Poacher’s Rise on Station Road.

These works follow on from road safety improvements carried out in April 2020 which included a new raised crossing providing a safe crossing point for the nearby play area and reducing vehicle speeds.

The high friction surface will further support these measures by creating a safer road surface for vehicles driving through the village.

Works are programmed to start on Monday 21 September.

They are expected to take one week to complete.

Manually controlled temporary traffic signals will be in place between 7:30am and 6pm each day.

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