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Gornal roads to benefit from safety funds

27th January 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

An accident-prone road in Gornal is to benefit from £50,000 of improvements in a new safety scheme.

New warning signs will be added as part of the move, while anti-skid road surfaces will also be introduced, after campaigners claimed that the road is deteriorating, potentially putting drivers at risk, reports the Express & Star.

Dudley Council’s transport chief councillor Patrick Harley told the news provider: "The carriageway in Straits Road has become worn by regular use over the years. The cost of resurfacing Straits Road is estimated at around £45,600."

Mr Harley went on to say that the safety measures have been implemented after a number of accidents occurred on the road.

Last month, the BBC reported that four Wootton Bassett road signs have generated £3,320 for charity.

Two "Welcome to Wootton Bassett" signs were sold for £1,170 and £920, while two new signs generated an accumulated total of £1,230.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801276534-ADNFCR


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