Pedestrian Crossing Refurbishment on Keymer Road Hassocks
As part of West Sussex County Council’s continuing efforts to improve the highways, work is due to commence soon at Keymer Road, Hassocks.
This project will include;
- Upgrading obsolete traffic signals equipment with new poles, traffic signals controller and more energy efficient LED traffic signal heads.
- New additional pole on the northside of the crossing to improve both pedestrian safety and traffic signal head visibility for road users.
- Inclusion of pedestrian beepers and rotating tactile devices to aid those with visual impairments to cross safely.
- Pedestrian tactile paving is to be replaced.
When this will take place
The work will start on week commencing 19th February 2018 and is expected to take approximately two and a half weeks to complete. Hours of work will generally be between 8:30am and 6:00pm.
Due to the nature of the works being delivered you may experience some disturbance and WSCC apologise for this in advance.
Before the works start, WSCC will erect advance warning signs in the local area, letting you know any changes to the start date and marking the extent of the works.
Road Restrictions during the work
In order to protect their workforce and the public, 2 way temporary traffic signals will be in operation 24hrs a day for the duration of the works. A temporary pedestrian crossing will also be on site for the duration of the work.
Contact West Sussex County Council
WSCC would like to thank you for your cooperation and patience whilst these works are carried out. Should you need to speak to someone please try the site staff in the first instance as they may be able to answer your query quickly. Alternatively you can call the West Sussex Highways contact centre on 01243 642105 and ask for Lee Maskell or email on-line at www.westsussex.gov.uk/roadpavementenquiry
Please click here for Frequently Asked Questions about the forthcoming road works.
Mid Sussex District Plan Modifications Consultation
MSDC is undertaking a public consultation on the proposed Main Modifications to the District Plan. This consultation relates to Hassocks and further information is available here. A briefing note has been prepared by Hassocks Parish Council.
MSDC is undertaking a public consultation on the proposed Main Modifications to the District Plan. This consultation relates to Hassocks and further information is available here.
A briefing note has been prepared by Hassocks Parish Council.