Electronic variable message signs will be installed as part of Maidenhead town centre’s regeneration project.
The five signs will display up-to-date information about the number of available spaces in Maidenhead’s four main car parks: Hines Meadow, the Magnet Leisure Centre, Nicholsons and Stafferton Way.
The signs will also provide information about alternative routes to ease the flow of traffic and are designed to be ‘future-proof’ to allow for changes to Maidenhead town centre.
The £200,000 project will be funded by the Royal Borough and a grant from the Local Sustainable Transport Fund.
Work is due to start on Monday.
The signs are expected to be in operation from September.
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