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Speed limit signs unapproved and missing.

Reported via desktop in the Road traffic signs category anonymously at 18:16, Monday 19 September 2022

Sent to Norfolk County Council less than a minute later

Bexwell Road, Downham Market. From A10, heading toward Downham Market town centre, (just before the school).

The 30MPH speed limit sign has been removed and replaced with a non-highways version which has something of an home-made look about it. The NSL sign which is supposed to be on its reverse is absent.

The attached photo is from Streetview (2018) because it is unsafe to stop in order to obtain a photo of the object I am describing.

30MPH speed limit is currently unenforceable as a result of this situation.

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  • NCC ref:

    Your enquiry ENQ-587284-K4C7M6 received on 21/09/2022 12:41:30 regarding Highways Maintenance: Road Signs & Posts has been updated.

    New Status: We are investigating the problem - Defects are investigated by local teams as soon as possible and, if action is required, prioritised for repair taking into account the defect size, location and usage of the road or path in question.

    Posted anonymously at 22:49, Wednesday 21 September 2022

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