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Beaconsfield safety signage to 'reduce road risks'

13th June 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

Beaconsfield councillors have vowed to reduce risks on local roads by improving safety signage in key areas.

There has long been a feeling that safety signs, directed at both pedestrians and motorists, have been lacking in Beaconsfield, which has prompted the radical proposals.

According to the Buckinghamshire Advertiser, the new proposals will see vehicle activated signs introduced at Gregories Road, Burkes Road and Sandlewood End.

Councillors are also hopeful that the new safety and warning signs will bring immediate benefits.

Safety committee chairman Matt Denyer said: "We're going to be obtaining some official data from Buckinghamshire County Council about traffic calming methods so in September or October we will have a much better strategy for dealing with traffic issues."

Buckinghamshire is taking major steps in an effort to improve road safety in line with government targets, which include the requirement to reduce road deaths and serious injuries resulting from collisions by 40 per cent.

Among the initiatives are the wider introduction of Think Bike car stickers and roadside signs to keep drivers informed about the dangers posed to cyclists and motorcyclists on the road.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800576469-ADNFCR


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