10:49AM, Friday 12 July 2013
Changes to the Sainsbury's junction on the A4 Saint Cloud Way in Maidenhead are being considered and the Royal Borough want residents opinions.
The public consultation comes after a temporary scheme was introduced last year in an attempt to ease congestion, but the council now want a more permanent solution.
The borough are appealing for feedback on the three proposed options for the entry and exit junction at the supermarket.
The first option involves removing the trial scheme which banned right-turns into and out of the car park and reverting back to full traffic signal control.
Option two is similar to the trial scheme but would allow vehicles to turn into the car park from both the left and right and exit only to the left.
The third option is to keep the trial scheme, banning right turns into and out of the Hines Meadow car park permanently and constructing a complete central island.
The traffic signals would be permanently altered to reflect the current trial arrangement and the redundant signal equipment would be removed.
Click here to register your views before Sunday, July 28.
Top Ten Articles
Two Slough men who launched an ‘unprovoked attack’ on a man and a woman in Maidenhead town centre have been sentenced to four and a half years in prison.