Road safety scheme is ready to go

Published on: 28 Jul 2017

PLANS are in the pipeline to improve pupil safety at the Tynings School in Staple Hill.

A consultation into proposals to widen parts of the pavement in Station Road and introduce reflective bollards and dropped kerbs ended on July 21.

There are also plans to introduce 'tactile' pavements to help partially sighted pedestrians.

South Gloucestershire Council, which has secured funding for the scheme, says the aim is to improve safety for school children, parents and pedestrians.

Results of the consultation will be published by August 21.

Subject to the comments received, the proposals will be implemented during the 2017/18 financial year.

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