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Hollybush Primary School: Traffic measures tackle dangerous parking

A series of waiting restrictions and traffic calming measures have been approved to make sure parents and children are safer outside Hollybush Primary School in Bramley.

The £33,000 measures will tackle indiscriminate parking outside the school and improve road safety in the area following the recent increase in pupils at Hollybush.

The measures include:

  • ‘No Waiting At Any Time’ restrictions on Outgang Lane, Broad Lane, Broadlea Crescent, Landseer Mount and Landseer Crescent
  • ‘No Stopping’ (8am-5pm Monday to Friday) restrictions on the ‘School Keep Clear’ markings outside Hollybush Primary school on Outgang Lane, Landseer Mount and Landseer Crescent
  • Speed humps on Outgang Lane and Landseer Crescent with a section of new footpath along the eastern side of Landseer Crescent to the junction with Outgang Lane

A council report approving the measures says:

“There are a number of parents guardians who currently drop off and pick up pupils from outside the school on Outgang Lane, Broad Lane, Broadlea Crescent, Landseer Mount and Landseer Crescent.

“This situation can cause problems for many motorists and other road users who use this particular road and given the expected increase in traffic, it is proposed that formal waiting restrictions are introduced along with traffic calming features to further control speeds.”

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