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Digital road signs to be introduced in Plymouth

12th March 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

New digital warning signs are to be introduced on two busy roads in Plymouth.

The Plymouth Herald has reported that work has already begun to fit the new sign boards on Wolseley Road and Plymouth Road.

The signs will give information to travellers regarding incidents, congestion, events and alternative routes and can be updated instantly, with installation expected to take up to three weeks.

On Wolseley Road, there will be an inbound lane closure between the St Levan Road roundabout and the Britannia Inn between 9:30AMGMT and 15:00GMT every day, though the lane will remain open outside these hours to minimise disruption during peak periods of traffic.

Last month, new electronic warning signs were activated on the M62 as part of work to upgrade it to a managed motorway.

The installations display speed limit and lane closure information, with David Pilsworth from the Highways Agency claiming that the move will allow road users to become familiar with how managed motorways work.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801554875-ADNFCR


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