03:30PM, Thursday 05 February 2015
The traffic management scheme for Legoland Windsor was discussed by the Royal Borough's highways, transport and environment overview and scrutiny panel on Tuesday.
The council set up a task and finish group last summer to review the situation, which was concluded in December.
The panel said the group had reviewed the traffic management solutions, published previously unavailable documents online and carried out investigations on a possible exit-only link road between Hemwood Road and St Leonard’s Hill to alleviate traffic problems for residents.
However, Royal Borough officers said there would be ‘a substantial financial implication’ if this option was selected.
The council added that Legoland had agreed to continue to work closely with all parties, consider joining the borough’s car share scheme and look into the option of starting a staff shuttle bus to and from Windsor railway stations.
Chairman Jesse Grey (Con, Datchet) said: "We are trying to make it better all the time and we will continue to do that.
"We have done experiments which has helped traffic in Windsor."
The meeting was held at Maidenhead Town Hall.
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