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Cambridge campaigner thanks council for junction renovations

7th October 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A road safety campaigner in Cambridgeshire has commended his local council for improving the visibility of a warning sign on a junction in the county.

Graham Chappell raised concerns over visibility at the Upwell Road/Sixteen Foot Bank junction to head of road safety Richard Preston, who has recommended that a second stop sign should be put in place, according to the Cambs Times.

Mr Chappell told the newspaper: "The stop sign is clearly visible now, after the excellent vegetation clearance undertaken last Thursday by Cambs County Council."

He went on to thank Mr Preston for the beneficial remedial work that has been completed on the junction, and welcomed any further advice.

An article for the West Sussex Gazette has highlighted concerns that bikers in Horsham are ignoring safety signs.

A local man contacted councillor Christine Costin to inform her that he was almost hit by reckless cyclists in the area.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800751612-ADNFCR


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