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Stanford to gain speed activated signs

11th July 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A road in Corringham is set to benefit from warning signs after a number of complaints from residents.

Residents in Southend Road have often complained that the area is frequently used as a racetrack, leading to councillors calling for traffic calming measures to be introduced, reports the Thurrock Gazette.

Now, those requests have been granted as speed activated signs have been unveiled that flash at motorists who are driving over the legal limit.

Phil Anderson, Tory ward councillor for Stanford East and Corringham town, told the news provider: "The flashing speed signs will give a much more visible warning for people to take care, and a crossing would protect both children and adults while further calming traffic."

Mr Anderson also underlined that it is up to all drivers to learn how to use the road more responsibly.

There is also even more incentive for drivers to stay under the limit after the Department for Transport recently suggested that speeding fines could soon increase.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801404869-ADNFCR


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