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Swindon councillors seek new road safety sign

16th November 2011 | Warning Signs

People living in Swindon have been asked for their opinions on a new road scheme, which will include new safety signs.

The Swindon Advertiser reported that the town council's planning committee has allocated funding to improve the traffic situation in the vicinity of a popular school.

Residents around the junction of Pen Close and Thames Avenue have been told that a new school safety zone may be introduced, which would seek to slow traffic and keep it flowing.

Among the changes are two school safety zone signs, as well as new 20mph signage and road markings.

Commenting on the proposals, Councillor David Renard said: "The money for these proposals will be released in December so we want to use the next few weeks to get residents' views before having further discussions with the highways team and agreeing the final scheme."

Road safety organistaions have long supported the move to 20mph speed limits in residential and school areas, with the '20's plenty' campaign taking off in recent years.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801212193-ADNFCR


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