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New biker safety signs fitted in South Yorks

2nd May 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

The South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership has confirmed that a number of warning signs will be installed on roads in the county.

The move has been made in an effort to lower the number of motorcyclists injured on roads in the region, with copies of the signs set to be displayed at bike shops in order to explain why they have been fitted.

South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership motorcycle safety officer Del Preece said: "The signs are being placed on biker routes and at junctions that have previously been the scenes of biker collisions, some of which have sadly had tragic consequences."

The two types of signs to be fitted on the roads read "beware bikers" and "think bike, look twice".

In recent weeks, This Is Staffordshire reported that St Chad's Primary School in Newcastle has installed new signage to inform drivers of the area's 20mph speed limit.

It will be one of 16 sites in Staffordshire to benefit from the driving restriction.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801354787-ADNFCR


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