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British Cycling rolls out new signage scheme

22nd March 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

British Cycling (BC) is in the process of rolling out its Stop Event signage initiative, providing race marshals with the ability to stop traffic at junctions.

Every marshal who takes part in the pilot scheme will firstly have to undergo two to three hours of training to ensure that the warning signs are displayed in a safe manner, reports Cycling Weekly.

Jonathan Day, BC's Cycle Sport events manager, told the news provider: "The signs are more recognisable for road users, and we've found that cars further back in the line of traffic can see them and know why they've been stopped."

Mr Day went on to say that those who took part in the scheme feel much more confident when holding the signage.

The importance of safety signage has been highlighted by Ealing resident Antonio D'Ettore, who told the Ealing Gazette that better signage should be featured on Church Road in the area.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801323784-ADNFCR


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