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Worcester to gain new safety signage

16th December 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

The Department for Transport has approved a £14.2 million investment into phase one of the Worcester Transport Strategy, which will introduce new safety signage to the area.

In addition, many other improvements will be made in the area between now and 2015, including revamped lighting, security and new sheltered links from the station to nearby taxi ranks and bus stops, reports the Worcester Standard.

Councillor John Smith OBE, cabinet member for highways and transport, said: "The phase one plans, which will now become a reality, all aim to deliver vital improvements when it comes to how we get around the area."

The renovations will tackle congestion and open up economic barriers, Mr Smith commented.

In recent weeks, the Witney Gazette reported that the location of warning signs in Headington will be reviewed.

Oxfordshire County Council will assess the position of signs on London Road, after many residents complained that they are problematic for cyclists.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801241401-ADNFCR


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