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Pulse Consult appointed by Derby City Council as Project Manager on A52 Wyvern Traffic Improvement Scheme

The £20m A52 Wyvern Transport Improvement Scheme will bring about network management improvements on the A52 Brian Clough Way and in the area around the Wyvern retail park.

The main works contract was awarded to Galliford Try in October 2017 under the Midlands Highways Alliance framework. The scheme will help to reduce congestion, improve journey times and reliability, provide safer travel opportunities and increase sustainable travel.

I would like to thank motorists, residents and businesses for their patience during this time Councillor Martin Rawson, Cabinet Member for Regeneration and the Economy said: “the network management improvements will help to reduce congestion in the Pride Park area, the scheme will also support wider economic growth.

The A52 is a vital link for local journeys and to the strategic highway network. It is good to be working with Highways England and D2N2 LEP to address local and regional issues and with developers to unlock the Derby Triangle site”.

Highways England Asset Manager, Rajinder Kaur, said: “We worked closely with Derby City Council and the D2N2 LEP to secure a £2.6m investment in the A52 Wyvern Transport Improvement Scheme, alongside additional public and private sector contributions.

This scheme when completed will provide a capacity enhancement to the strategic road network, allowing the Derby Triangle development site to move forward and enabling the creation of up to 3,000 new jobs.”

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