Work to upgrade a pedestrian crossing in Clevedon is due to start on Monday (28 October).
As part of North Somerset Council’s 15-year replacement programme the works at the crossing at Kenn Road near the junction of Treefield Road will involve the replacement of the traffic signal controller, poles and signal heads.
It is anticipated that the works will take one week to complete and temporary signals will be in place to facilitate the works and also to allow pedestrians to cross the road safely. While the works are being carried out there may be some congestion, but this will be kept to a minimum.
The scheme is costing £13,000 and the works are being carried out by Dynniq the council’s maintenance contractor for traffic signals.
Find out what’s happening on North Somerset’s roads at www.n-somerset.gov.uk/roadworks