1 August 2022
Preston Ringway scheme delivered by Metro
With a focus on sustainable movement and accessibility in the city, the Transforming Ringway Project in Preston is the first Transforming Cities Fund Scheme to be activated in the region. The aim of the Government funded £14.5m scheme is to introduce improvements to highways infrastructure to encourage more active modes of travel, such as walking and cycling, as well as increasing access to public transport.
For these complex works Lancashire County Council has partnered with Road Safety Services and Traffic Group Signals, working closely together to deploy the fully wireless Metro Temporary Traffic Signal system. Metro delivers stage-based signalling, normally only found in cabled or permanent solutions, to meet the site’s unique and ever-evolving requirements.
The Metro solution has ensured the site runs efficiently and can be reconfigured as the works progress, while ensuring optimum traffic flow, as well as pedestrian and road user safety.
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Road Safety Services was formed in 1983 to facilitate the need for a company that specialised in the supply and implementation of road and pedestrian safety equipment.
Based in Lancashire and serving the surrounding area, RSS has a reputation built on high quality service delivery and an ongoing commitment to safety and compliance.
For more information, visit: rsstraffic.co.uk