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Speed signs come to Furness school

24th August 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

New warning signs are set to be introduced outside a school in Furness, as a 20mph zone is being set up in the area.

These signs will be used in conjunction with traffic islands and speed cushions in order to slow down traffic and ensure that it is easier for children who are walking to and from Vickerstown School, according to the North-West Evening Mail.

The work will be conducted by Cumbria County Council.

Councillor Tony Markley, cabinet member for highways, told the newspaper: "These road works are vital to ensuring that the children who will eventually attend this school, and the people in the surrounding areas, can use the roads and highways safely."

This week, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents invited firms in Grampian to attend a free seminar in Aberdeen next month, which will focus on road safety.

Entitled Driving Risks at Work, it hopes to reduce risks to business workers and others.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800708939-ADNFCR


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