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Safety measures expected to tackle Bath accident blackspot

23rd November 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Safety measures are expected to be introduced in a bid to tackle the number of accidents at an incident blackspot in Bath.

Following a meeting between Bath and North East Somerset Council and the Highways Agency, a pledge has been made to find funding for new warning signs at Hartley Bends on the A46.

The Highways Agency has considered such action previously, but now looks set to bring flashing, vehicle-activated notices to the area.

Annabelle Dexter, the Highways Agency's South West asset development team leader, said: "Safety is a priority and we welcomed this opportunity to listen to the council's concerns and discuss proposals to introduce new safety measures on this section of the A46."

The organisation is also looking to bring safety signs to the 145 Stonebridge Island in Solihull later this month.

Lane restrictions will be put in place to accelerate the work, which is expected to take five weeks to be completed.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801493703-ADNFCR


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