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Second Legoland traffic experiment deemed a success

Second Legoland traffic experiment deemed a success

Francis Batt

Second Legoland traffic experiment deemed  a success

Hopes are growing that a permanent solution could soon be found to the annual traffic chaos caused by visitors to Legoland.

A second traffic experiment held over the first May bank holiday weekend saw vehicles encouraged by signs to come down Straight Road, Old Windsor or Maidenhead Road and Drift Road from the other direction.

The aim was is ease the congestion that currently builds up in Imperial Road and Winkfield Road as families head for the famous theme park.

The Royal Borough's cabinet member for highways Cllr Geoff Hill (Con, Oldfield) said: "My view is that the second trial went better than the first one at Easter. 

"After the third trial at the end of the month we will meet again with Legoland and the Highways Agency to see if we can progress further with this."

If the Royal Borough decides it wants to signpost traffic permanently along the new routes a full public consultation will be held.

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