Crossing plans shelved
NAILSEA residents hoping for crossings in two busy roads have been told they will not go ahead.
Following an investigation into sites in Clevedon Road and Queens Road, North Somerset Council has decided there is not a need for crossings at either.
The crossing in Clevedon Road was asked for to help parents and teachers walking to the two schools in Pound Lane.
A North Somerset Council spokesman said: “We did a pedestrian and vehicle count at both sites and also looked at the accident records.
“There have been no accidents at either of the sites and the number of people and vehicles using the roads was thought to be too low to warrant crossings.
You may also want to watch:
“We always welcome suggestions for crossings and we will investigate them.”
- 1 Hundreds expected at gatherings to oppose possible development around Weston Big Wood
- 2 Road closure in force for five nights on A370 next week
- 3 Clevedon Marine Lake reopens
- 4 Summer show goes down a treat in Portishead
- 5 Portishead's Amelie Morgan wins team bronze at Tokyo Olympics
- 6 Somerset pub could be demolished despite failure of homes bid
- 7 Portishead's Morgan excited to make Olympic final
- 8 New village scout hut in greenbelt approved
- 9 Chiropractors report increase in patients with back and neck pain due to home working
- 10 Protestors take to the streets against Bristol Airport