Cinderhill Roundabout, Nottingham

Thomas Bow, on behalf of Nottingham City Council, commenced an 18-week programme widening the far-side carriageway on the westbound approach to the Cinderhill Roundabout in Nottingham, as well as the near-side carriageway of the A610 westbound exit. This was to provide a well-needed 24-hour bus lane to improve public transport scheduling and help to reduce congestion in the city.

As well as the bus lanes, construction of new footways have also been introduced and speed limits have been reduced from 50mph to 40mph or 30mph in specific zones of the city to make busy roads safer. Additional pedestrian crossings have been implemented while others have been improved, and associated drainage, signing and lighting column works have all been updated.

Nottingham City Council’s Portfolio Holder for Highways, Transport and Planning; Councillor Angela Kandola said “Nottingham people need fast, affordable, reliable bus service and bus priority lanes like this one are crucial to delivering on that goal. I’m pleased that this project to improve journey times, pedestrian and cyclist experience and safety for everyone is now complete.”

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