Move to improve road junction

PUBLISHED: 09:50 09 October 2008 | UPDATED: 15:53 11 May 2010

WORK may be carried out to stop traffic queuing at Garden Walk, Royston. At present, vehicles emerging from Garden Walk and turning right onto the A10 Melbourn Road often cause long delays. Design work is taking place on a plan which would see the existin

WORK may be carried out to stop traffic queuing at Garden Walk, Royston.

At present, vehicles emerging from Garden Walk and turning right onto the A10 Melbourn Road often cause long delays.

Design work is taking place on a plan which would see the existing traffic island altered to accommodate more vehicles.

The scheme would cost £5,000, and be funded by North Herts District Council's highways joint member panel and Royston area committee.

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