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Interactive sign introduced in Flintshire

14th November 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

An interactive warning sign has been introduced in Flintshire, which aims to lower incidents of speeding in the Deeside area.

Councillors Chris Jones and David Wisinger have expressed their delight at the news, with Mr Jones telling the Flintshire Chronicle that it is already having an effect by slowing down road users.

She explained: "I am delighted that the sign has been put up. It is a busy road but I hope that the signs will help tackle the problem."

However, Mr Wisinger warned that even though the sign will help to make the road safer, its speed limit should still be decreased.

Currently, its limit is 60mph, and he believes that people switch from 40mph to 60mph too quickly.

Cambridge-news.co.uk recently revealed how cyclists in the area are unhappy with impolite warning signs in the region.

The "cyclists dismount" signs are fitted across the city, but Cambridge Cycling Campaign thinks that they should be phrased more courteously.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801208227-ADNFCR

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