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Road signs lead the way in Dundee traffic clampdown

18th June 2013 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A new initiative in Dundee to tackle traffic and motoring offences has resulted in the erection of new road signs throughout the city centre.

The city has a number of pedestrian zones and steps have been taken by the police recently to clamp down on the number of drivers who are flaunting the rules, which has led to More than 60 fixed penalty notices being given out in the designated areas, the Evening Telegraph reports.

In total, £1,800 in fines has been issued to drivers, with many falling prey to a new mandatory 'turn right' sign by Euclid Crescent, revealed Sergeant Kenny Bell.

"We have to stop drivers going into Euclid Crescent, which has become one-way from Constitution Road and Albert Square. There’s no excuse for it. The new signs are directly in the line of sight for any motorist coming along the road," he added.

Motorists are still failing to notice the new warning signs in place, according to Sergeant Bell, who said that around 50 drivers have been given cautions and advised to heed the signs in future.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801600628-ADNFCR


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