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The top of the slip road that leaves the A1303 to join the A14

Reported via desktop in the Sign issue (NH) category anonymously at 14:12, Fri 3 December 2021

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later

A large amount of obsolete and out-of-date temporary signage plus accompanying sand bags. It's definitley not for any work pending. It's all been there for months.And I do mean months > One Example .... One large "A" frame warning of a road closure in July !! {I did take some pics to help you,but unfortunately it seems they can't be uploaded using this reporting tool] So long that most of the sandbags have split open which is always a giveaway, I didn't check for any signs of ownership.But I know H.W.Martin seem to do a lot in that surrounding area and they're notorious locally for being very good at putting signs out and then just leaving them there,l_o_n_g after-the-event.It matters because it just encourages other dumping/littering when people see even the authorities don't care. And shouldn't your local inspector really be chasing these things up with the firms concerned as a matter of course.......without having to be prompted ? Frustrating and unnecessary.

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  • Thank you for contacting National Highways regarding out of date signage and littered traffic management equipment. We appreciate you bringing this to our attention.

    Our inspector has confirmed that the signs showing the incorrect information has been removed and the redundant traffic management equipment has been added to the schedule to collect as soon as possible.

    Thank you again for contacting us.

    Kind regards

    National Highways

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted anonymously at 11:54, Thu 9 December 2021

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