ROAD MARKINGS on Brighton Hill roundabout have been amended after concerns were raised that they 'make no sense'.

The roundabout, which cost £20 million and took almost two years to build, has been criticised by drivers and pedestrians for its 'confusing layout', and 'total nightmare' crossings.

Lane closures were in place on Wednesday, February 28 for Hampshire County Council to 'apply some additional road markings'.

Basingstoke Gazette: A view of the 'completed' Brighton Hill Roundabout

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A spokesperson for Hampshire County Council said: "Overnight lane closures were in place on Brighton Hill roundabout for one night this week, Wednesday 28 February to Thursday 29 February.

"The amended road marking will reduce the need for drivers to switch lanes as they exit the roundabout for Oakley, South Ham and the A30.

"In addition, text ‘BHILL’ has been added to the circulatory lanes on the roundabout to further assist drivers exiting the roundabout to Brighton Hill/Brighton Way."