Work on the second phase of LED streetlight replacement continues next week (commencing 24 November).
During this phase, Transport for Buckinghamshire expects to convert 2,585 traditional street lamps in 110 locations with more efficient LED lanterns before next March.
Modern LED (light emitting diode) lamps not only save energy, create lower carbon emissions and reduce maintenance costs, but are also made of materials with less environmental impact.
TfB has now replaced 1,051 traditional lanterns with more efficient LED lamps during this phase, which is now over 40% complete.
Next week the programme will visit Oxford Road in Stone, White Lion Road in Amersham and Haydon Road, High Street and Wendover Road in Aylesbury.
Ongoing - 25 Nov - Oxford Road, Stone - 10.00-14.30 - stop/go boards
Ongoing - 26 Nov - White Lion Road, Amersham - 09.30-15.30 - stop/go boards
24-26 Nov - Haydon Road, Aylesbury - 10.00-14.00- stop/go boards
25-27 Nov - High Street, Aylesbury - 19.00-07.00 - stop/go boards
25 Nov - 3 Dec - Wendover Road, Aylesbury - 09.30-15.30 - traffic lights
These timings are the window of work that the contractor is permitted to use, so traffic restrictions will fall sometime within this.
The scheme is likely to be complete by January. For further information, please visit www.buckscc.gov.uk/ledreplacement