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Roads Service aims to tackle graffiti on road signs

15th March 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Roads Service has announced that it will meet with community leaders in an effort to stamp out graffiti on signage in Dervock.

For a prolonged period, the name of Ballycastle has been obscured on a sign in the area, though the Ballymoney and Moyle Times has reported that the name has been sprayed out on signs in Armoy,Mosside and Bushmills.

A Roads Service spokesperson told the newspaper: "Roads Service is aware of graffiti on direction signs in some parts of north Antrim. It will be taking action to repair or, where necessary, replace the signs."

The representative noted that the move can be expensive, and warned that such work will mean that less money is spent on more important projects.

News of the graffiti comes after Green Party candidate Jenny Jones told the Haringey Independent that roads in Tottenham are dangerous because of "inconspicuous signs".

Ms Jones suggested that the poor signage could be one of the reasons why people are dissuaded from using their bikes.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801318341-ADNFCR


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