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Missing No Through Road sign

Reported in the Road traffic signs category by D Croall at 11:29, Tuesday 12 June 2018

Sent to Essex County Council 1 minute later

Copford, Hall Rd at B1408 junction

Missing No Through Road sign. Signpost previously collapsed through corrosion and reported on Essex Highways portal. Lack of sign contributing to increase of traffic unaware that Hall Rd is NOT a through route including alternative one to Colchester Zoo. This is a safety issue on the northern pedestrian route to Pitts Wood local amenity. Vehicle driving fast in attempt to get to zoo hit a local dog earlier this year (after the missing sign had been reported). Please replace the sign as soon as possible, potentially with the existing 30 zone sign further up.

Reported via Essex Highways portal on 12 Jun 2018, ref 2574958

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  • Tracker Map Location: HALL ROAD, COPFORD Road Type: Local Road Issue: Signing Defects Reference Number: 2574958

    Current status: Awaiting inspection.

    This issue has been assigned to an inspector who will undertake an initial assessment which may include a site visit. The outcome of this assessment will determine what, if any, action may be taken. This process may take up to 28 days (from 12-Jun-2018).

    Please continue to check for further updates.

    Please note: multiple reports of the same issue will not change the status or speed of investigation.

    Posted by Copy Essex Highways response at 10:56, Wednesday 13 June 2018

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