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Road layout issues

Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 11:18, Mon 30 January 2017

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

Lack of road markings at the bottom of Laurel Drive resulting in regular near-misses and misdirected abuse. London Road past Magpie Lane is a dead-end. Sat-navs and general ignorance result in cars speeding down here to be confronted by the closed end and having to turn in driveway and scream back out again - dangerous for residents, pedestrians and parked vehicles. Simple signage at the entrance to the road, along with the above, would remedy. Bollards, to mirror those at the far end, would prevent vehicles mounting the pavement and forcing into the traffic. Double yellow lines were painted but road use and restrictions are not enforced. Misuse by staff at the business park and local traders causes regular obstruction and exposes residents to unnecessary hazard and confrontation. Suspect road is also being used for vehicle storage as 'ownerless' non-roadworthy cars often being dropped and collected by transporters - bodyshop, breakers, also cars under bridge in Rayners Avenue? Litter...

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  • A prime example of the idiocy in action

    Posted anonymously at 13:24, Tue 31 January 2017

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