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While signpost damaged, pole not in close vicinity of humps and causes vehicle access issues

Reported anonymously at 14:32, Thu 2 July 2020

While signpost has been knocked in recent years and is leaning to one side, the pole itself is a “humps” warning not close to any road humps. Although there are minor humps in the next road, the signs are not within 20/30m as they are in e.g. Rushbrook Road. It would make more sense for any sign to be in Longfellow Rd near the humps. This sign also causes difficulties for accessing and exiting parked vehicles so the request is to re-site the signpost nearer the humps themselves. Signpost is located on the edge of the pavement at junction of Wordsworth Avenue and Longfellow Road.



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