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How have I not noticed that gem - I must have mentally had in my head that it read M1 North!
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Can you have two opposite-pointing chevrons on the same direction sign? (Should this even be signed as an 'at junction direction' in the first place?)
Also, yellow background overload!
Also, let's scroll round a little bit - would this pair of B4100 direction signs be more usefully placed for traffic emerging from Chesterton Road if they were sited on the opposite side of the B4100? I'm going with yes, they would.
I can give you one with opposite-pointing arrows (here).ellandback wrote: ↑Thu Aug 08, 2019 13:26Can you have two opposite-pointing chevrons on the same direction sign?
oh no, double botch.
I’ve visited these motorways;M11(2012/2013),M2(Local),M20(Local),M23(2018),M25(Local),M26(local) and M3(2015,2017 and 2018)
It's a poor sign for the junction anyway. You're approaching a motorway-style two-bridge roundabout interchange, so the shape of the roundabout and the placement of the sliproads on the sign should show that.
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F99 Roads Driven-1,4,6-9,15,18,19,34,38,40-42,44,46,48-51,57-59,61,63,64,68-99.
Now be fair, they've got the shapes right, it's very picky of you to expect perfection...
Not the only ones to use the "Reduce Speed Now" With speed limits. "Reduce Speed Now" must only be used with bends, junctions, crossroads and roundabouts ONLY.
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Reported it to the local council, however they said they haven't got enough money to remove the signs...