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Warning signs set for Bath railway bridge

11th March 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

New warning signs have been introduced on a railway bridge in Bath.

The signs have put up in Brook Road, which notify drivers of a 7.5-tonne limit for HGVs over the railway bridge on the route, according to This Is Bath.

It is thought that the move will prevent lorries from becoming stuck on the road, as they will be made aware of the weight restrictions.

Speaking to the news provider, councillor June Player said: "Not only will this benefit the bridge but it will also benefit Brook Road residents who have constantly witnessed enormous lorries trying to get up Brook Road and then struggling to avoid all the parked cars."

New warning signs have also been introduced in Stewartstown to warn people of the risk of flooding.

Ulster unionist MLA Sandra Overend told the Tyrone Times that flood warning signs are the most effective option for people's safety.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801554112-ADNFCR


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