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Traffic light sequence is dangerous

Reported in the Traffic lights category by Nigel Cuttell at 09:33, Fri 15 March 2013

Sent to Vale of Glamorgan Council 2 minutes later

The traffic waiting to turning right at the Merry Harrier Traffic Lights intending to go up the hill towards the LLandough hospital are exposed to danger from traffic (not stopped by a red light) coming towards them.

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 20:42, Tue 30 April 2013

  • Still a serious safety issue here. Nobody has contacted me to discuss it. I saw a near collision again this morning.

    Posted by Nigel Cuttell at 20:42, Tue 30 April 2013

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 20:28, Sat 8 June 2013

  • I reported a dangerous traffic light sequence on "fix my street" and no action has been taken in 11 weeks (no attempt at asking for more information from me, or asking for suggestions).

    Posted by Nigel Cuttell at 20:28, Sat 8 June 2013

  • This signalised intersection has a poor safety record according to statistics from South Wales Police.

    Posted by Ian Perry at 12:58, Thu 13 June 2013

  • I am not surprised. The lights "invite" motorists to crash into each other. If the person responsible for the programming of these lights would care to contact me, I would be pleased to help.

    Posted by Nigel Cuttell at 18:04, Thu 13 June 2013

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