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Warning signs installed on Monmouthshire roads

15th June 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Temporary warning signs are set to be erected on major roads in Monmouthshire in an effort to improve the safety of motorcyclists.

These new signs are designed to notify road users of the hazards that can arise from reckless riding. Roads that are set to feature the signs include the B4235 and the A466, which runs through the Wye Valley, reports the Free Press Series.

Councillor Bryan Jones, cabinet member for operational services, said: "Monmouthshire is a popular destination for motorcyclists and, unfortunately, this has contributed to an unfortunate number of accidents within the county."

The council is also working in conjunction with Gwent Police to complete more campaigning on the issue of road safety, Mr Jones explained.

New warning signs for cyclists are also being installed in Cambridge.

The city is the first to use "no entry except cycles" signs, which replace the customary "no motor vehicle" alternatives. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800579313-ADNFCR


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