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180 thousand pounds spent on Cumbria road signs

12th October 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Work will begin on installing new electronic warning signs across Cumbria's northbound carriageway and the A66 this month.

As part of a two-week project, the Highways Agency will spend £180,000 on the 11 variable message signs, with work scheduled to begin on October 24th and a completion date pencilled in for November 12th, reports the News and Star.

Highways Agency project sponsor Mark Mosley told the newspaper: "These improvements are designed to prolong the life of both structures which carry the A66 over a bridleway and a water course in this area."

Some drivers will come across the temporary lights on occasions when site deliveries are taking place, which could trigger minor delays, Mr Mosley commented.

These remarks come after the Tandridge Mirror revealed that a new sign will be introduced to a speeding blackspot in Whyteleafe after several car crashes occurred in the area.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800755829-ADNFCR


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