A270 Temporary Cycle Lanes

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Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,

I have a few questions about the new A270 cycle lanes that have been installed on/around the 10th May 2020.

1. How much money did the scheme roughly cost. Please breakdown costs of, prelim, design, construction labour, materials. Or any other sections as you see fit.
2. Could I have the drawings of the road layout for the entire length of this scheme.
2a. What, if any are the alterations that were constructed when compared to the drawings
3. Drawing of the scheme, showing precisely where all signage (new, altered or removed) is.
3a. Drawings of all signs that are not a standard diagram
4. Could I have all documents relating to the safety assessment of this scheme.
5. At what point is this cycle lane going to be reverted back into a standard lane? (not a specific date, but what criteria would you be looking for, to start changing it back)
6. How much money is it estimated to cost to reverse the works?
7. Have any of the traffic lights had their phasing/timings changed to account for more cycle traffic, therefore requiring longer inter-green times?
Yours faithfully,

Thomas Jarvis

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