The proposed treatment aims to address a number of issues at this location:

  • Non-compliance with the pedestrian zebra crossing.
  • Problems with cyclist access to Bath Street.

What is the proposed treatment?

The proposal includes:

  • Speed cushions installed on the approach to the pedestrian crossing on either side of the street. The existing speed humps would be removed.
  • Widening the share path which provides pedestrian and bike access to Bath Street.

There is also an option to install a raised pedestrian crossing in place of the existing zebra crossing, rather than speed cushions.

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Birds eye view of Trenerry Crescent near Bath Street

Benefits of this proposed treatment

The benefits of this option are:

  • Improved pedestrian safety.
  • Improved connection for cyclists.


If you would like to find out more about this proposed treatment, you can get in touch with us:

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