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Consultation B3301 Hayle, Loggans Road - Road Safety Improvements (Region West)

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Engineering Design Group, CORMAC Consultancy,

Radnor Road, Scorrier, Redruth, TR16 6EH

To arrive no later than: 20/05/2013
lease quote reference EDG0116/LM1D

B3301 Hayle, Loggans Road - Road Safety Improvements (Region West)

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Start:Apr 26, 2013
End:May 20, 2013
Results Published:Sep 30, 2013
Subject: Roads transport and parking
Consultation Reference Number :405
Scheme Reference Number:EDG0116/LM1

Consultation Summary

Cornwall Council is proposing the following: Two new pedestrian refuges, replacement of the bus layby, a new footway, hatching between and either side of the pedestrian refuges to reduce lane widths and provide an informal right turn lane, installation of a Vehicle Activated Sign (VAS), improved entry signing, relocation of the bus stop on the western side, planting to visually narrow the road and removal of the informal parking area on the grass verge.


Following the recent tragic accident at the junction of Loggans Way and the local residents' concern over this, the proposals have been designed to improve pedestrian safety in particular, but also to address wider concerns over vehicle speeds on Loggans Road.

Scheme Objectives

Although suggestions have understandably been made regarding the introduction of a formal pedestrian crossing at this location, for example a Zebra, Pelican or Puffin, there are strong safety reasons why this is not appropriate. The low number of pedestrian movements and the fact that the road is relatively easy to cross most of the time would result in a drastically underused crossing. This would lead both to driver complacency and to pedestrians crossing elsewhere. National experience shows this would result in serious risk to pedestrians. Pedestrian refuges have a much better safety record for such situations. Also, a crossing would have no effect on vehicle speeds.

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Consultation Method: email, post
Department: Communities

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