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A23 off-slip at Muddleswood 29m - https://email@example.com ... 92!5m1!1e1
Dorrington / B1188 junction 32m - https://firstname.lastname@example.org ... 56!5m1!1e1
If stop lines are justified the correct thing to do would be to hatch out the splays, though there is the added complication on the second example with one of the pub car park accesses leading onto the main road
It's just south of Braintree
Obviously different rules in Scotland but there's a slip road off the A74(M) which also has a stop sign.Bfivethousand wrote: ↑Sat Sep 25, 2021 00:53Given both those stop lines were in place prior to 2016, I'd be highly surprised if the Secretary of State issued the necessary authorisation for the installation of either marking. Visibility looks pretty reasonable at both locations so the highway authorities in question must have had quite a compelling alternative justification to present to the SoS.
Now, I'm no expert on signs.... but the A23 and A74(M) are similar vintage. What 90s design failure has provided these slip roads with poor visibility?
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In Ireland stop signs are basically mandatory at all junctions so long stop lines at junctions with good visibility is fairly common:
https://email@example.com ... 384!8i8192
https://firstname.lastname@example.org ... 384!8i8192
Even in some residential areas:
https://email@example.com ... 384!8i8192
I'm not sure if any of these examples are 25m but there are definitely lots over here.