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Railway Walk to get £150k Toucan crossing

Railway Walk to get £150k Toucan crossing

Thursday 15 April 2021

Railway Walk to get £150k Toucan crossing


A £150,000 Toucan Crossing is to be installed at a section of the Railway Walk in St. Brelade to help pedestrians and cyclists to cross safely.

The crossing will be placed on La Rue du Pont Marquet where the road meets the Railway Walk, and street lighting will be added on both sides, and granite paving on the path as it meets the road.

It’s hoped that this will provide children in St. Brelade who walk or cycle to Les Quennevais and Mont Nicole schools a safer route to travel along.

Infrastructure Minister Deputy Kevin Lewis said such improvements – which are being funded by the Climate Emergency Fund - will help Jersey “towards us achieving our goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2030.”

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