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Construction signs to be used on M1

18th November 2009 | Warning Signs, Construction Signs

A new project to enhance safety on the M1 in Bedfordshire will see hundreds of construction signs used while the work takes place. Junction 11 (Dunstable) and 12 (Toddington) are due to be upgraded to provide additional capacity, improve journey time, reliability and increase safety, with safety signs to be used on a 15-mile stretch of the hard shoulder while this takes place. Transport minister Chris Mole said the improvements will also provide benefits for pedestrians and cyclists. "Today's publication of the planned junction improvements is an important step forward towards delivering the package of improvements by 2013. When complete, the Highways Agency will open up the hard shoulder as a running lane and use variable speed limits to improve traffic flow," he explained. Meanwhile, Somerset councillor Anthony Trollope-Bellew recently said that safety signs are very important when work is being undertaken on road surfaces, but added that only clear, visible ones should be used.


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