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Markings at junction of Kilgraston Road and Oswald Road so faint that cars often think the road is a continuation. I was nearly killed here last week as driver failed to stop at junction. There should be a STOP sign. There are several old people's homes round here and this is a dangerous crossing so needs clear white marking lines.

Reported in the Roads/highways category by Margaret Anderson at 17:26, Tuesday 22 May 2018

Sent to Edinburgh City Council 4 minutes later

Getting fainter and fainter.

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  • Nothing has happened. The end of street marking at the junction is so faint that it is illegible. I have stood at the corner and seen cars drive fast down Kilgraston Road and swerve right into Oswald Road without stopping at all. I am surprised there has not been an accident as cars also continue straight on along Oswald Road in addition to pedestrians including many old people trying to cross. There should be a STOP sign. Why has nothing been done about this?

    Posted by Margaret Anderson at 16:30, Thursday 21 June 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • So what is the point of reporting it as nothing has happened? The markings are obscure and cars continue to turn right without indicating.

    Posted by Margaret Anderson at 17:54, Thursday 19 July 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Nothing done so what is the point of this forum?

    Posted by Margaret Anderson at 18:10, Thursday 16 August 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 18:32, Thursday 13 September 2018

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