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Safety work planned for roundabouts in Cumbria and Lancashire

12th December 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Motorists in Cumbria and Lancashire have been informed of safety improvements that will take place along Highways Agency routes in the coming weeks.

The work will see the A66 Fitz roundabout in Cockermouth and the A595 in Hensingham benefit from renewed warning signs, while new notices will also be introduced at the A585 Nautical College roundabout close to Fleetwood.

Highways Agency project sponsor Peter Gee said: "We are carrying out these minor works to make the chevron signing even clearer for drivers and therefore the roundabouts safer to use.

"Drivers should not experience any delays at all but of course may wish to know what work is going on."

Mr Gee stated that drivers should exercise extra caution on the approach to the roundabouts, as they may need to use narrowed lanes.

It is also important for drivers to take the conditions into account while driving. If ice or frost is on the road, it is advisable to travel at a slower speed to reduce the chances of a collision.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801505257-ADNFCR


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