Transport for Buckinghamshire has started the next phase of replacing traditional street light lanterns with more efficient LED lamps.
This phase of the scheme will see a total of 2,585 street lights in 110 locations will be converted by March 2015, providing energy savings, lower carbon emissions and a reduction in maintenance costs compared with traditional units.
During the week commencing 6 October, the following sites will receive a visit to replace the lamps under varying traffic restrictions:
Dorney Hill North, Beaconsfield - Stop/Go - 09.30-15.30
Slough Road, Beaconsfield - Temporary traffic lights - 09.30-15.30
Oxford Road, Denham - Temporary traffic lights - 09.30-15.30
Denham Avenue, Denham - Temporary traffic lights - 09.30-15.30
Hitcham Road, Burnham - no restrictions
Chesham Road, Amersham - Stop/Go - 09.30-15.30
Amersham Road, Amersham - Stop/Go - 10.00-16.00
These timings are the windows that the contractor is permitted to work within. The restrictions to the road will fall sometime within this.
For more information and a full programme, visit , www.buckscc.gov.uk/ledreplacement