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IRIS urges govt to improve road safety signs

6th May 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Improve Roads Improve Safety (IRIS) has urged the government to invest more in road safety signage in order to reduce the number of accidents on the road.

This group was founded by Elisabeth Roth and Liz Phipps, who are two personal injury lawyers from Cardiff working on several road accident cases, reports WalesOnline.

Their campaign has also received support from several national charities, such as the Spinal Injuries Association.

Miss Roth told the website: "We need to begin concentrating on where accidents happen and target how we spend money on road maintenance to get the best possible outcome.

"Many road accidents could be avoided by the use of a couple of pots of paint or a bit of kerbing."

Surrey Council is also looking to improve road safety, with the authority setting aside extra funding to maintain vehicle-activated safety signs throughout the county. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800521934-ADNFCR


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