02:42AM, Saturday 28 September 2013
Lane markings and signs should be improved at Clarence Road roundabout in Windsor, according to a veteran Royal Borough councillor.
Cllr Malcolm Beer (Ind, Old Windsor) gave his views to highways and transport cabinet member Cllr Geoff Hill at a full council meeting on Tuesday.
He called on the council's highways team to give the matter urgent consideration as he claims there are 'potentially dangerous traffic lane markings' at the key junction.
But Cllr Hill said a programme of improvement works was completed on September 4 with new traffic signals and road markings, which should result in some 'positive patterns' in traffic flow.
And he added extensive changes were made to the roundabout prior to London 2012, which already improved road safety and quality.
The meeting took place at Maidenhead Town Hall.
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