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Submitted

05/04/2017 20:37:22

Reference No

5277

 

Issue Summary

 

Latest Update

15/06/2017 11:46:44 This issue was discussed by the CATG and it was concluded that: This issue has been passed to the Area Office to look at clearing the vegetation around this junction to improve visibility. No further action is required and the issue can be closed


10/04/2017 14:46:48 This issue will probably be added to the May CATG agenda. However the Town Council has been send the issue for their comments and also to see if the support the issue. They may also wish to carry out a metro count to determine speeds of the traffic


CATG Action / Recommendation

15/06/2017 11:46:44 This issue was discussed by the CATG and it was concluded that: This issue has been passed to the Area Office to look at clearing the vegetation around this junction to improve visibility. No further action is required and the issue can be closed


Issue

The junction from Ladbrook Lane on to the B3353 is quite a blind corner. The speed of the traffic on the B3353 is typically at least 30mph at this point so its quite difficult for traffic to join from Ladbrook Lane due to the lack of visibility out of the junction.

 

Issue Location

Corsham

Street / Location

Ladbrook Lane B3353 junction

Electoral Division

Issue Duration

Several years

Who is Affected

Vehicles joining the B3353 from Ladbrook Lane

What has been done so far

Local residents are keeping foliage maintained where this is a factor. Suggestions have been made that a mirror could be added opposite to view oncoming traffic but this hasnt been actioned as it appears to be Wiltshire Council land opposite.

What would resolve issue

Improved line of sight for drivers exiting Ladbrook Lane. Whether by improving the junction or putting something opposite the junction that shows oncoming traffic.

Who needs to come together

Wiltshire Council highways department Corsham Town Council Corsham CATG

Classification

Highways & Transport

In touch with Councillor

Yes

Sub Classification

Current Status

closed

Final Outcome

Resolved

 

This call was closed 15/06/2017 11:46:

 

 

 


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