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Signage on traffic island destroyed by vehicle impact

Reported via desktop in the Sign problem category anonymously at 14:47, Wednesday 10 May 2023

Sent to Buckinghamshire Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4537725.

Location: Traffic Island on the A416 in the middle of Ashley Green, opposite the Old School and wooden bus shelter The island has been struck twice in the last two months by fast moving cars late at night at a weekend, travelling towards Berkhamsted. The latest occasion was 06/05/23 at 22:30. When hit two months ago (approximately), the metal pole carrying a 'Keep Left' sign was uprooted and destroyed. This was reported to the police at the time who notified the council. They placed an orange road cone in place of the missing pole that night. This has now been flattened and broken on 06/05/23. It is lying in the middle of the road near the traffic island. The (dirty) white bollards were also run over but have bounced back up (almost). A car tyre track is visible in the mud surrounding the island running up to the white bollard. The island is now barely visible at night due to the damage and dirt on the signs. There is a risk of injury to the vehicle occupants who strike it next. The island has been struck several times at night since being installed many years ago so I fear it won't be long before it is struck again. Please take urgent action to make it more visible at night.

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  • This has been passed to the local area technician to investigate, they will carry out an inspection within the next 10 working days and if required arrange to resolve the issue.

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 14:47, Wednesday 10 May 2023

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