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Riverside Regional Centre: Traffic Report Imminent Say Owners As They Seek Resolution To Traffic Congestion

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BT Coleraine

A resolution to traffic congestion at the Riverside Regional Centre is being considered, according to the site owners.

DUP MLA Maurice Bradley contacted the two companies that own the popular retail centre back at the start of 2018 following concerns raised about traffic congestion.
“My office has been liaising with both companies from the start of the year,” said MLA Bradley.

“Cameras have been installed around the site so that a better understanding of traffic flows can be identified.

“After more complaints over the weekend, I have been in contact again with the site owners and been informed that an initial draft of the traffic report will be available in the coming week.

“I will be meeting with the site owners when this is available to discuss a way forward,” told Bradley.

He added: “As more and more people make use of out of town shopping centres in our towns, it is important that the centres are easily accessible. I have no doubt that any improvements to traffic flow in the area will benefit both the retailers and the shoppers, concluded the MLA.

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