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Wolverhampton City Centre is undergoing a £55 million regeneration and part of this was the creation of a new market place, which required facilities to protect pedestrians, control vehicle access and provide cycle parking for visitors who take their bikes to the new site.

18 April 2019

Wolverhampton City Centre is undergoing a £55 million regeneration and part of this was the creation of a new market place.

With 20 purpose built units and 48 covered stalls the market was expected to attract a large number of visitors. With this in mind and the limited number of parking spaces available nearby, it was essential that vehicle access could be controlled to ensure visitor safety.

By the time it was opened to the public, in July 2018, AUTOPA had supplied and installed Automatic Arm Barriers, Automatic Bollards, Cycle Shelters, Cycle Stands and More, ensuring pedestrians were protected and access was controlled.

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