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Road signs confusing London drivers?

1st June 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Warning signs in Kentish Town have led to confusion among drivers in the area, while increasing the number of penalties.

Motorists on Grafton Road in the area have been fined more than £5 million, after being flummoxed by the street's nine traffic lights, a sunken bollard, a CCTV camera and a set of defunct traffic lights, reports the London Evening Standard.

Student nurse Anna Falcone, 32, told the newspaper: "I come down this road to visit friends but I never go down to where all the signs are. I avoid that part of the road altogether because it's so confusing. Now I just drive around the back."

Ms Falcone also believes that drivers are being forced to make mistakes by the traffic measures on the road.

The Morpeth Herald has reported that Northumberland County Council has been liaising with several key stakeholders to determine improvements that could be made to the town, which could lead to the installation of new safety signs.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800563445-ADNFCR


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