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Flashing speed signs planned for Coventry junctions

26th March 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Flashing warning signs have been planned in a bid to boost safety in Coventry city centre.

Training for the visually impaired is also being considered by Coventry City Council, with £16,000 expected to be spent on training vulnerable individuals to successfully use shared space junctions, reports the Coventry Telegraph.

Speaking to the newspaper, Colin Knight, assistant director of planning, transport and highways for the council, said: "We are taking a holistic approach to the city centre creating gateways and placing signs to warn drivers they are coming into a different environment."

Mr Knight stressed that the work is centred on making people consider how they are driving within the city centre.

Signage has also been under the spotlight in Northumberland, with the Journal reporting that businesses will be consulted before new rules are put into place, after a number of firms were forced to take down their signage last year amid legal threats.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801326017-ADNFCR


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