Safety Signs News

Wadebridge street signs misleading residents?

8th September 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

Warning signs in Wadebridge town centre have misled road users, as new installations have been fitted without prior warning.

Last week, Cornwall Council representatives exchanged the bus and loading bays and marked out a new taxi rank on The Platt, though they then drove away, leaving the old signs in the area and confusing motorists, according to the Cornish Guardian.

Speaking to the newspaper, local landlady Sarah Hargreaves said: "When I went to bed I had a loading bay and I woke to find yellow lines.

"It's farcical and caused lots of confusion. People are coming in asking where they should be standing to get the bus and the bus drivers don't seem to know where to go."

In recent weeks, the Flintshire Chronicle revealed that an error with roadworks on Dee Road in Connah's Quay has frustrated many companies in the area.

This was because ScottishPower did not remove the roadworks after the work was finished.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800722767-ADNFCR


There are no results for this search


Related Articles

Add £50 for free Standard shipping

Customer Feedback:

Safety Signs products and graphics © 2009 Viking Signs Ltd. eCommerce website © 2009 Mew Media Ltd.