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More warning signs needed for Kent road crossing

7th January 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander.

Campaigners are confident that warning signs will soon be installed at a road crossing near a school and playing fields in Borough Green, Kent.

Tim Shaw, the chairman of Borough Green Traffic Action Group, wants safety measures improved to make the area safer, reports.

Mr Shaw has told parish councillors that the range of new measures should include warning signs and road markings near Borough Green Primary School and the accompanying recreation ground, as well as enhancement to the zebra crossing and railings.

"It is considered that all interested parties should give this matter further consideration after a full safety audit has been carried out," council clerk Hazel Damiral was quoted by the news provider as saying.

Mr Shaw was quoted in a letter to councillor Paul Carter as saying: "This is overwhelmingly supported by our community and would be much appreciated, especially in light of such a setback only a couple of years ago with the bypass."

Recently, two Worcestershire councils - Upton Snodsbury and Flyford Flavell – joined forces to acquire and use a speed-activated warning sign, the BBC reported.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800328694-ADNFCR


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