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Sign installed to reduce speeding in Whyteleafe

3rd October 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

A new warning sign will be introduced to a speeding blackspot in Whyteleafe, after numerous car crashes were reported in the area.

These incidents occurred on a narrow stretch of Hillbury Road, on a busy cut-through between Croydon and the M25. As a a result, Caterham valley county councillor Sally Marks has been told by Surrey highways officers that a vehicle-activated sign should be installed soon, reports the Tandbridge Mirror.

However, Ms Marks feels that the situation with speeding in the area has become difficult to control.

Commenting on a crash that happened last month, she explained to the newspaper: "We can't be sure what happened in this latest accident, but no amount of signs like this will stop some people from driving too fast."

An article for the Oxford Times has claimed that there were not enough safety signs on the A415 Kingston Road when it underwent renovations.

Kingston Bagpuize parish council member John Smith told the newspaper that inadequate signage was used. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800746377-ADNFCR


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