Revamp completed of Borough’s zebra crossings

Ten zebra crossings across the Borough have been revamped and resurfaced between July and November as the council continues its drive to improve its roads through multi-million-pound investment.

Completed zebra crossing

As part of the council’s continued investment in the Borough’s roads and pavements, the zebra crossing resurfacing scheme has been completed with refreshed linings and carriageway surfaces, as well as ensuring the appropriate skid resistance, at the listed locations below:

  • Chalkwell Esplanade
  • The Ridgeway
  • Station Road
  • Southchurch Avenue
  • Rayleigh Road near Academy
  • Rayleigh Road near Whitehouse Roundabout
  • Thorpe Hall Avenue
  • Snakes Lane
  • Hobleythick Lane
  • Western Approaches

Cllr Ron Woodley, cabinet member for transport, asset management and inward investment, said: “I am pleased to see the significant investment made into our roads and pavements taking shape, ensuring the safety of residents and motorists across the Borough.

“This administration is absolutely committed to improving our roads and pavements to ensure residents and visitors can travel in and around Southend-on-Sea safely. We will continue to invest in our roads so that they reach the standards our residents and this future city deserves.”

Published: 9th December 2021

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council