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Extremely dangerous junctions (Request for STOP signs)

Reported anonymously at 18:37, Mon 21 November 2011

Sent to Central Bedfordshire Council 3 minutes later

The road Junctions at either end of Park Road, Dunstable are dangerous as the road currently has give-way markings at either end of the road. This MUST be changed to STOP markings and a STOP sign at either end to accopany the markings. This is seriously needed to stop cars coming along this road and continuing left or right out of the road junctions (which are very narrow) without looking and/or stopping for traffic on Borough Road in particular. The parked cars make this worse when cars suddenly shoot out from the junctions behind the parked cars and often come close to hitting vehicles who have priority on Great Nothern Road and in particular Borough road. Hope this will be investigated thoroughly. Many thanks.

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    Posted anonymously at 18:38, Mon 21 November 2011

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 13:39, Wed 21 December 2011

  • Council say that STOP signs are not needed. So basically they are going to wait until theres a serious accident there first before they do anything about it!

    Posted anonymously at 13:39, Wed 21 December 2011

  • This section of road is now being concidered to make one way for one half and two way for the other half. Will surely make these blind bends more dangerous!

    Posted anonymously at 18:34, Mon 13 May 2013

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