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A414 Danbury

New traffic lights designed to improve the flow on the A414 through the centre of Danbury will be switched on from Tuesday 31 May. The new signals are located at Mayes Lane and Little Baddow Road on the approach to the A414 at Eves Corner and will operate in peak hours.

There will be a period of adjustment when the traffic signal operation may be adjusted to maximum effectiveness. The Essex Traffic Control Centre monitors traffic flow on CCTV. There will be temporary signs on the side roads to warn road users that the signals are in use with timings subject to adjustment.

The traffic lights are part of the improvement strategy for the A414 between Chelmsford and Maldon, jointly funded through the South East Local Enterprise Partnership and Essex County Council. 

 
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