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Works at B4114/Leicester Lane, Enderby – a reminder!

Enderby folk are reminded that from Monday 16th January 2017, the second phase of works at the B4114/Leicester Lane junction in Enderby will begin.

Restrictions will include:
– Closure of the right turn from B4114 St Johns southbound to Leicester Lane until April 2017.
– Lane closures on the B4114 northbound and southbound until April 2017.

Road users are advised to allow extra time for their journey or use an alternative route if travelling in the area.

For alternative travel options see: http://www.choosehowyoumove.co.uk/

For further information, see http://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/road-maintenance/lubbesthorpe-improvement-works-early-2017

Any person with any queries about this work, please contact Leicestershire County Council on 0116 305 0001.

Update on B4114 / Leicester Lane roadworks

trafficlightsThe next phase of works to improve the B4114/Leicester Lane junction and construct a new access junction on Leicester Lane, Enderby will begin in January 2017.

As part of the works, the following restrictions will be in place:
– Two way traffic lights on Leicester Lane from 3rd January 2017 until April 2017.
– Closure of the right turn from B4114 St Johns southbound to Leicester Lane from 16th January 2017 until April 2017. (See below)
– Lane closures on the B4114 northbound and southbound from 16th January 2017 until April 2017.

Road users are advised to allow extra time for their journey or use an alternative route if travelling in the area.

For alternative travel options see: http://www.choosehowyoumove.co.uk/

For further information, see http://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/road-maintenance/lubbesthorpe-improvement-works-early-2017

Anyone with any queries about this work, please contact Leicestershire County Council on 0116 305 0001.

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Works at B4114 and Leicester Lane, Enderby – an update

Notorious Enderby junctions still high on County ‘most dangerous’ list

roundaboutLeicestershire County Council has recently released figures showing there were 179 accidents at a list of 10 sites in the County.

It comes as no surprise to residents in Enderby that local junctions are well represented on the list (see below).

The incidents were reported to have involved 253 casualties from January 2010 to the end of 2014.

The figures take into account all of the roads in the County for which the County Council has responsibility – which therefore excludes trunk roads and motorways.

The Narborough Road South roundabout junction with Fosse Park Avenue was listed as the most dangerous, with 31 accidents over the five years.

Second was the Narborough Road South junction at the roundabout with Soar Valley Way, where there were 21 accidents over five years.

Enderby’s Foxhunter roundabout, (recently the subject of traffic calming measures by junction widening and the erection of illuminated ‘give way’ signs) came in third.

The List:

Figures listed below are the total number of accidents in which people were injured between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2014.

1. Narborough Road South, Braunstone roundabout junction with Fosse Park Avenue:
31 accidents.

2. Narborough Road South Enderby roundabout junction with Soar Valley Way:
21 accidents.

3. Leicester Road, Enderby Fox Hunter roundabout:
18 accidents.

4. Bull Head Street Oadby roundabout junction with Oadby Road:
18 accidents.

5. A606 Nottingham Road Ab Kettleby crossroads junction with Six Hills Lane:
17 accidents.

6. Narborough Road South Braunstone crossroads junction with Braunstone Lane East:
17 accidents

7. Anstey Lane, Anstey roundabout junction with Gynsill Lane:
15 accidents.

8. A607 Newarke Road Thurmaston roundabout junction with Melton Road:
14 accidents.

9. A606 Wilton Road Melton Mowbray junction with bus station car park:
14 accidents.

10.Lubbesthorpe Way Enderby roundabout junction with Narborough Road South:
14 accidents.

Read more here [Leicester Mercury Report]

Pedestrian/cycle crossing and bus stop improvement work on B4114 at Enderby St.Johns

traffic conesCounty Council contractors, Leicestershire Highways, are set to carry out improvements to the B4114 in the vicinity of the new Miller Home and Jelson Home developments.

The work is planned to begin in early October.

The improvement work will create

  • dedicated pedestrian/cycle link to the existing shared use facility
    uncontrolled crossing facility
  • localised bus stop improvements
  • wider central reservation to safely accommodate pedestrian & cycle users

The work is planned to begin week commencing the 5th October 2015, for five weeks, subject to weather etc.

St Johns roadworks

The majority of the works will be undertaken using temporary lane closures only operational between the hours of 9.30am to 3.30pm.

These off peak hours should ensure works will have minimal impact on traffic flow and congestion and keep disruption to a minimum.