Star Lane gyratory

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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Public Realm Strategy by Ipswi.

      The new but already infamous term “Public Realm” is making the rounds again. Ipswich Ltd believes the following tender might be with a view of the Star Lane gyratory remodelling. Consultancy for Ipswich Public Realm Strategy Ipswich Borough Council is seeking to procure the service of an experienced and suitably qualified consultant to produce (i) an Ipswich Public Realm Strategy Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the town c…

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      by: Ipswi
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    • Profile photo of Dan Star Lane Gyratory: Bridge Street by Dan.

      I was situated in a Chinese Buffet for a cheap eat at lunchtime as I haven’t been in many many years; and was shocked at the view from outside the window. I always felt the traffic lights so close to the roundabouts was a silly idea – in particular the first one on Star Lane. The traffic lights stopped traffic approximately every 30 seconds… which gridlocked the entire twin roundabouts on several occasions. Countless red light …

    • Last reply: 2 months, 3 weeks ago
      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Vision Saints Quarter by Ipswi.

      Saints Quarter Clearing and landscaping of sites within the central area of the gyratory system will assist. Sympathetic architecture of new buildings in the central area within the gyratory system will enable lines of site to be maintained and new vistas to be opened up. A proposed Wet Dock Crossing will allow further re-modelling of the gyratory so as to link the Waterfront and Saints Quarters better by foot. New development on the existing Ar…

    • Last reply: 3 months, 3 weeks ago
      by: Ipswi
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    • Profile photo of News Robot Traffic lights along Star Lane in Ipswich stop working by News Robot.

      ‘It’s very dangerous’: Traffic lights along Star Lane in Ipswich stop working A number of drivers were reportedly involved in a near-miss crash tonight as three sets of traffic lights have stopped working. The problem has occurred along the one way system in Star Lane in Ipswich between the Lower Brook Street and Fore Street junctions. One motorist, who did not wish to be named, said he was almost caught up in a collision around 7.20pm wit…

      Latest: Slow news day or perhaps due to upcoming elections? I see traffic lights stop working or traffic signals that have stopped working several times a year – perhaps much ...
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      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Storm Doris and Ranelagh Road closure: ultimate chaos? by Ipswi.

      With winds between 60-70mph forecast, can the Ipswich road network cope with a key road closure both in town and the TEN-T A14 Orwell Bridge being closed due to high winds from Storm Doris?#A14 J56-J57 nr #Ipswich. Peak winds are expected 10am-6pm due to #StormDoris. #Orwellbridge highly likely to be closed in that period. — Highways England (@HighwaysEAST) February 23, 2017

      Latest: I am getting mixed feedback this morning – some people very angry about yesterday and others who have said the diversion route was well planned and kept traffic moving ...
    • Last reply: 4 months ago
      by: Dan
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