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Poole Council to make decision on dangerous roads

22nd November 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Councillors in Poole are discussing whether new measures need to be introduced in order to improve safety for pedestrians around Poole harbour.

The BBC reported that a consultant's research has criticised the road layout, calling on the borough council to act quickly in order to ensure that the likelihood of accidents is lowered significantly.

The study underlined that the one-way gyratory system around the two road bridges is dangerous.

A committee has begun discussions based on the report and are continuing their talks, which could lead to new measures.

The research recommended that the road system be replaced with two-way highways, and advised that more crossings and safety signs should be introduced in the area.

New warning notices are expected to be brought to the 145 Stonebridge Island in Solihull later this month by the Highways Agency.

Lane restrictions will be put in place to speed up the work, which is anticipated to take five weeks to complete.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801492868-ADNFCR


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