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Ulster Unionist Cllr Darryl Wilson has requested that the Linenhall St/Market St traffic junction be upgraded.

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Ulster Unionist Cllr Darryl Wilson has requested that the Linenhall St/Market St traffic junction be upgraded.

Cllr Wilson said

I have been contacted by numerous constituents regarding issues surrounding the traffic lights and junction at Linenhall St, Victoria St, Market St and Charles St in Ballymoney .

Quite often at peak times cars situated  in the centre of this junction waiting to enter linenhall street or market Street are left stranded in the middle of the junction after the lights have changed, leaving the stranded vehicles In a vulnerable and dangerous position.

It is only a matter of time before there is a collision at this junction leading to serious injury or worse .

I have asked Roads Service to survey the site with a view to upgrading the junction making it much safer for drivers and pedestrians.

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