Woodcote zebra ready to walk and drive over
Work is now finished on building a new zebra crossing Goring Road in Woodcote.
Our road team has been hard at work in recent weeks building the safety feature and installing a new high-friction surface.
The parish council paid for the zebra crossing installation, which included footway widening and the necessary power, while the county council funded for the resurfacing. All-in-all it's a good example of team work.
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