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South Tyneside Council to monitor drivers in Hebburn

7th September 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Hebburn residents have called for South Tyneside Council to tackle drivers who are found to flout no-entry warning signs.

Homeowners have sent a petition to the authority in a bid to penalise offenders, as they are concerned that those who ignore the notices are causing traffic issues, reports the Shields Gazette.

A police patrol car will now be utilised to identify drivers who are executing illegal road manoeuvres at the junction of Tharsis Road and North Farm Road.

Ian King, neighbourhood inspector for Jarrow and Hebburn, told the news provider: "When free, we will monitor the road. And, while I cannot guarantee a police car will be there full-time, we will keep an eye on the situation."

Recently, residents urged Lancashire County Council to put up road signs in Colne in a bid to prevent lorries from travelling on a busy main road in the area.

Pendle Council is expected to hold a meeting with the authority to debate the problem.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801444529-ADNFCR


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