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M3 junction 11: B3335 where it meets the Hockley Link at Junction 11 of the M3. Traffic lights on the southeast side and northwest side of the motorway bridge

Reported via desktop in the Traffic lights (NH) category anonymously at 13:56, Tue 4 October 2022

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 3867508.

Problem 1: Traffic lights on northwest side of motorway bridge are either damaged/missing or out of alignment. When approaching from the southeast you can be faced with both a red light and a green light. The traffic light on the island indicating access onto the M3 sliproad is broken and not working. The light on the northwest side f the Hockley Link is misaligned. The traffic light indicating access left onto Hockley Link is misaligned and and seems to have lost its shroud/louvres so that it shines brightly towards traffic in the righthand land wanting to turn right and is causing confusion. Basically most of the traffic lights on the northwest side of the motorway bridge need urgent attention before a serious accident occurs. This has been partially reported by another person but I think there are more problems than that reports suggests. Problem 2: Traffic lights on the southeast side of the motorway bridge. One of the lights was completed demolished when presumably by a vehicle struck it last week and has now been completely removed. Is this to be replaced?

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  • Thank you for contacting National Highways regarding broken traffic lights on the B3335 at Hockley Link.

    We've spoken to the asset team for the M3, who have confirmed that these lights aren't National Highways assets, and therefore we don't have the authority to repair them. National Highways manage motorways and certain ‘A’ road trunks roads in England, all other roads are the responsibility local authorities. Contact details for local authorities can be found by using the search facility at:

    Kind regards,

    National Highways

    Posted by National Highways at 13:02, Wed 19 October 2022

  • All lights are out again

    Posted anonymously at 14:32, Fri 23 December 2022

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