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Due to planned works to extend a gas main to Glenkinchie and upgrade the road surface, the A6093 at the Tyne Bridge will be closed.

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Shortly before the summer break local boy Harry was knocked down and seriously hurt walking home when a white van crashed into him from behind, putting him in a coma. Last night’s STV News followed up on the accident, reporting on his recovery and return to school whilst looking at issues of pedestrian and cyclist safety in and around the area.

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Following the great news of Harry’s coma recovery after being knocked down, it’s vital that we get more views on road safety measures for Pencaitland & area.

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Last year ELC’s Transport team provided the community with plans suggesting a numbers of road safety improvements. Your Community Council wants to hear your views before a response is sent.

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East Lothian Council’s transport team have almost finished making upgrades to signage coming in and out of Wester Pencaitland.

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Following consultation last year, East Lothian Council’s transport team have begun making improvements to signage coming in & going out of Pencaitland.

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The last few days of freezing temperatures have taken their toll on the main roads through Pencaitland with tarmac breaking to form fresh potholes.

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After the recent public consultation held in Trevelyan Hall, ELC’s Transport department has returned a recommendation to Cabinet that the plan proceed with one change – no additional car parking spaces will be added to the school.

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Flood alert for the Lothians

We’ve received notice of a new flood alert from Scotish Environment Protection Agency covering East Lothian.

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East Lothian trials car ban near Schools

The media reports ELC’s decision to ban cars from streets near a school in Haddington. If it proves effective it could be rolled out across the county.

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