Windsor roundabout to return after Olympic changes

The original roundabout on the A308 Maidenhead Road The new plans will cost about £21,000 and include reinstalling the roundabout

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A roundabout and two traffic islands which were removed from a junction in Berkshire ahead of the 2012 Olympics are to be brought back.

Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead changed the layout of the A308 Maidenhead Road junction with Mill Lane and Parsonage Lane in June 2012.

The £21,000 plans follow a public consultation and work starts in March.

The current layout, which cost £54,000 and was partly funded by the Olympics, was kept under a trial scheme.

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