Traffic calming and implementation of a 20mph restriction
Widening the cycle track from the Cellar House pub to Newmarket Road to allow for two-way cycle flow
Increasing maximum stay to two hours in parking area outside the old Post Office
Installing double yellow lines on the remainder of the slip road and extending these further into Eaton Street
Moving the vehicle stop line back in Bluebell Road so buses and other large vehicles can turn left from Eaton Street more easily
Simplifying pedestrian crossings in the centre of Eaton
Resurfacing the carriageway and upgrading the junction with new traffic signals to improve efficiency for all users
Providing an on-carriageway feeder lane approaching the crossroads for cyclists on Eaton Street heading to the uphill slip road. This will give cyclists a safer area to wait.
New cycle traffic signal for ahead cycles to be introduced on the Eaton Street (west) approach to allow cycles a green traffic signal in advance of general traffic. This will give them a head start when going straight on towards the uphill slip road.
Installation of Eaton ‘gateway’ signs at Cringleford Bridge and Eaton Street slip road.