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Summit held to tackle traffic jams in Holbeach




Couns Nick Worth (front left), Colin Davie and Clio Perraton-Williams, Halina Davies, Professor Val Braybrooks, Dean of NCFM, Holbeach, (back), Craig Otter, Matt Stubbings, Alex Biehn and Simon Wright at the opening of Peppermint Junction roundabout in December 2017.Photo by Lincolnshire County Council.
Couns Nick Worth (front left), Colin Davie and Clio Perraton-Williams, Halina Davies, Professor Val Braybrooks, Dean of NCFM, Holbeach, (back), Craig Otter, Matt Stubbings, Alex Biehn and Simon Wright at the opening of Peppermint Junction roundabout in December 2017.Photo by Lincolnshire County Council.

Reduced speed limits, new cycleways and footways are some of the ideas that could be used to ease traffic in Holbeach.

Business and education leaders, bus operators, parish, district and county leaders met in the town on Thursday to try and come up with a new transport strategy for Holbeach.

The meeting was organised by Holbeach county councillor Nick Worth to find what effects the A17/A151 Peppermint Junction roundabout was having on traffic volumes in Holbeach town centre since it opened last December.


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