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Redundant road signs

Reported in the Road traffic signs category anonymously at 19:12, Tue 31 December 2013

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 3 minutes later

These flashing lights imposing a 20 mph limit when they are on are redundant because Julian Rd now has a 20 mph limit along its length at all times. In fact the '20 mph when lights show' street furniture pictured is now dangerous because it implies that the limit is above 20 mph when the lights are not flashing. It needs to be removed (except possibly for the 20 mph sign) at once.

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  • Photo attached

    Posted anonymously at 19:13, Tue 31 December 2013

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 23:26, Tue 28 January 2014

  • The signs on both sides of the road are redundant and indeed misleading.

    Posted anonymously at 23:26, Tue 28 January 2014

  • Still there. Please remove this redundant road furniture which could cause drivers to ignore the real, permanent 20 mph limit.

    Posted anonymously at 15:01, Mon 3 March 2014

  • This was reported a second time on this site. https://www.fixmystreet.com/ report/ 833664. The lights remain to warn of times when children are likely to be crossing the road but the signs implying that the 20 mph limit is part-time were finally removed in May 2017.

    Posted by Virginia Knight at 00:41, Sunday 2 July 2017, marked as fixed

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