Reported via desktop in the Road markings and lining category anonymously at 13:04, Saturday 21 August 2021
Sent to Central Bedfordshire Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 360757.
Lack of signage for 20 mile speed limit. Speed limit not roads painted on the road. No signage to restrict lorries. Signs for Ashton square car park incorrect. Bollards outside the church restrict pedestrians especially those with pushchairs they have to go in the road. S
State changed to: Investigating
Updated by Central Bedfordshire Council at 13:04, Saturday 21 August 2021
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State changed to: Open
Posted by Central Bedfordshire Council at 12:01, Tuesday 24 August 2021
Passing request back to Area Team.
There are repeater signs with the speed limit on Kirby Road. If these are missing, this is a maintenance issue. We only need to ensure there is a 'traffic calming feature' such as a repeater sign every 100m in a 20mph zone, and Kirby Road is only 250m long, so there is sufficient from a Traffic Management view.
The signage for Ashton Square Car Park is not incorrect, but there appears to be a sign for this missing at the bottom of the road advising vehicles to turn right on to West Street, which would get them closer to the car park, and moving towards the next sign.
We can't advise with regards to the bollards. There doesn't appear to be a Church on Kirby Road?
State changed to: Internal referral
Posted by Central Bedfordshire Council at 14:30, Monday 13 September 2021
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