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As most of you will have noticed there have been some changes to the traffic situation at Molenweidtje. The objective of the roadworks is to make the traffic situation safer for all road users.
The main roadworks have now been started and a new bike path and pedestrian path have been created in front of school
We’d like to inform parents that the work has not been completed. To finish the road works the following work is still to be done:
Traffic signs are on order and will be placed at appropriate locations, hopefully by the end of November,
Road markings will be “painted” on the road surface to further clarify which sections are for pedestrians and which are for cyclists,
Shrubs have been ordered and are scheduled to be planted before the end of the year.
Once the road works have been completed and everyone has had a chance to get used to the new situation we trust it will improve the flow of traffic in front of school and make the situation safer for all road users.
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