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Taxi drivers want more road signs

19th November 2013 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

London cabbies want to see more warning signs on the road for things like cyclists, rickshaws and potholes, according to research conducted for black cab app Hailo.

A survey of almost 600 London taxi drivers found that 60 per cent of them want to see signs erected to warn about heavily potholed roads, while 52 per cent would like to see safety signage for rickshaws clogging the streets.

Warning signs for congestion during the school runs in the morning and evening would be welcomed by 51 per cent of those surveyed. 36 per cent even wanted to see signs warning of ‘cyclists turning’.

The taxi drivers would also like to see some signs got rid of altogether, such as the toad warning signs, which 57 per cent said they would like to see scrapped.

Russell Hall, Hailo founder, said: "It's important that we stop and take the time to reassess road safety and what works for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers alike to ensure we move with the times.”ADNFCR-2754-ID-801662175-ADNFCR


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