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New signs introduced at Stonebridge Island in Solihull

13th November 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

New road signs are to be introduced on the A45 Stonebridge Island in Solihull later this month by the Highways Agency.

It is expected that work will start on November 19th, with the new notices set to take around five weeks to install. Also, to lower disruption levels to road users, all of the task will be carried out between 18:45GMT and 7:00GMT.

To facilitate the installation of the signs, lane restrictions will be put in place on the approach to and around Stonebridge Island, while the A45 westbound exit slip road will be shut overnight.

Highways Agency Project Manager Purnima Kaul said: "The road signs on Stonebridge Island have come to the end of their serviceable life and therefore need to be replaced. We have planned the work carefully to keep disruption to a minimum."

Recently, a new safety sign was introduced on the A4012 stretch between Leighton and Hockliffe, with the Leighton Buzzard Observer reporting that the notice aims to lower the number of accidents on the road.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801486836-ADNFCR


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