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Traffic works begin

PUBLISHED: 11:16 17 April 2008 | UPDATED: 14:38 25 August 2010

ONE million pounds is being spent to combat the traffic problems in a busy town.

ONE million pounds is being spent to combat the traffic problems in a busy town.

Work, which will last for months, has now begun on attempting to improve traffic flow in Sidcup. Two sets of traffic lights will be removed and a mini-roundabout will be put in place at the junction for Morrisons supermarket. Traffic islands will be inserted on Elm Road and the pavement will be narrowed on Hatherley Road. Following a public consultation, the council ruled out introducing a one-way system in the High Street.


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