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Department to introduce speed cushions and other traffic calming works in Portrush

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BT Coleraine

A consultation has opened by the Department of Infrastructure to introduce speed cushions and other traffic calming works at Lower Lansdowne Road and Causeway View, Portrush, to control the speed of traffic.

The scheme will consist of the following measures:

– One set of speed cushions 2.0 metres long x 2.0 metres wide located on Causeway View between the junctions of Lansdowne Crescent and Princess Street.
– Two sets of speed cushions 2.0 metres long x 2.0 metres wide located on Lower Lansdowne Road.

Objections or other representations may be made before 6 April 2020 to the Department for Infrastructure Roads at the address below.

Full details are contained on a plan showing the roads involved and may be inspected free of charge, during office hours.

Traffic Management Section
County Hall
Castlerock Road
Coleraine
BT51 3HS

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