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No right turn sign

Reported in the Road traffic signs category by GARTH McAULEY. at 12:56, Wed 2 March 2016

Sent to Ards and North Down Borough Council and TransportNI 4 minutes later

Driving along abbey street, toward bangor, there is no right turn, opposite domino's pizza, into bangor abbey. there was a sign, showing no right turn, it has no been taken down, to put up the new street lights. it has never been replaced. when driving along abbey street away from bangor, towards belfast road & turning into the private car park, behind domino's pizza. cars block the entrance in the middle of the road, trying to turn right into bangor abbey. they block all the traffic, cause accidents. several accidents have already happened. there needs to be a sign, or several signs, clearly showing no right turn. the markings on the road, stating, "ahead only" are not visible, especially in the dark. the junction in question, is a total nightmare, someone will be killed in the near future, if it is not sorted. why they just didn't continue the central reservation right across the entrance, & make drivers go right to either end. needs big clear signs........... .."""no right turn.""""""" or lights or something as you can see in the picture, there was a 'no right turn' sign, it is now missing....???

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  • Sent over 20 emails, made over 10 phones calls. all over one missing sign. never got any email replies. never got any answers on the phone. ndbc useless as always.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by GARTH McAULEY. at 13:57, Wed 30 March 2016

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