A review of the Emstrey Island roundabout – one of the major gateways for motorists getting into the town – has been launched to see if any modifications were necessary.
It follows concerns being raised that the lanes around the roundabout are too narrow, making things difficult for motorists, especially those in large vehicles such as lorries.
A spokesman for the Highways Agency said: “The Highways Agency is aware that safety concerns have been raised about the lane markings at Emstrey roundabout.
“We are monitoring, and will continue to monitor, the roundabout to see if there is a need for modifications, subject to availability of funding, to the layout to improve safety.
“At this point we are unable to confirm whether or not any modifications will be necessary.”
The review comes after the Highways Agency revealed there had only been a slight decrease in the number of accidents at the roundabout since traffic lights were installed there in 2009.