Designs have been finalised for a £2.5m scheme to improve the entrance into Whitehaven.
Cumbria County Council is proposing to reconfigure the junction at Bransty Row and North Shore Road, which will help to pave the way for significant new development.
The scheme aims to ease congestion, improve traffic flow and enhance road safety for both drivers and pedestrians.
The council are now seeking to appoint a contractor to carry out the improvements.
The council will be holding public drop-in sessions on the following dates:
- Wednesday 17th April, 3pm-7pm at Tesco Superstore, Bransty row, Whitehaven
- Thursday 18th April, 1pm- 5pm at The Bransty Arch, Bransty Row, Whitehaven
Work is expected to start on the site in the early summer 2019 with completion scheduled to be completed by early spring 2020.