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Oxford residents developing their own signage

14th March 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Oxford residents are planning to carry out road improvements independently by erecting new safety signage as part of a new DIY project.

Under the plans, signs, pavement markings and traffic calming could all be supplied by the community, with the measures based on the individual needs of each street in Headington, reports the Oxford Times.

This work is planned to take place despite the introduction of Oxfordshire County Council's £450,000 Headington Transport Improvements scheme.

Frank McKenna, who lives in the Lime Walk area, told the news provider: "The community aim to provide speed-reduction measures funded directly by the community or through community grants."

Mr McKenna explained that the homeowners of each street will be in the best position to understand the measures that are required for their area.

Calls for new signage have also been urged in Ealing, where one driver has told the Ealing Gazette that more needs to be done to make people aware of a new speed limit on Church Road.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801317193-ADNFCR


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