Bramley Lane junction proposals

Bramley Lane junction proposals - The Parish Council seeks comments from all residents concerning a proposal currently under review with Hampshire County Council.

Under the Local Infrastructure Fund guidelines, Bramley Parish Council was successful in securing funds for safety improvements in and around the level crossing.

Figure 1 below shows a simple overview of one proposed stage to these improvements. There are 2 objectives to this part of the plan.

  1. Provide a pedestrian refuge island on Sherfield Road east of the junction with Bramley Lane.
  1. Widen the carriageway by modifying the north eastern kerb line and adjacent footway at the junction of Bramley lane / Sherfield Road.

This refuge island would provide improved safety for pedestrians and school children crossing the road between queuing cars, and who may fail to notice queue jumpers travelling on the wrong side of the road.

These works will also increase the junction corner radius and assist traffic exiting Bramley Lane wishing to turn left. This left turn manoeuvre is currently restricted by those waiting to turn right when the level crossing is closed, and this change should accommodate these vehicles more readily, relieving the frequency of ‘queue jumping’ behaviour.

Please send all comments to the Parish Clerk at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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