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Desperate need of signage, dangerous junction

Reported via mobile in the Sign issue (NH) category anonymously at 09:54, Wed 27 April 2022

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 3485791.

I have been asking for signage to be replaced at the m32 junction coming off for east I’ll e/east gate. Where only one lane turns left cars still continue to cut us up and cause accidents. I have been begging the council and so have many other residents for over 5 years, via this site and direct email, to install a sign that clearly shows the middle lane is straight only. The lane markings cannot be seen by cars further back there needs to be signage. My mother is dead now but she had an accident here and due to the lack of signage she couldn’t prove the other driver had cut her up. My cousin suffered a back injury when someone drove into the back of her cutting up other drivers. The junction is so unclear that I have even seen police cars cut people up. This afternoon I decided to report this again after a car nearly hit me cutting across, he also forced an elderly lady to change lanes to avoid him. He clearly had no idea that he had cut us up. I have no idea why the council keep closing this case when people raise it. To date there is no sign and there used to be a sign so we’re not asking for anything more than what we had before. Numerous people have raised how dangerous this junction is and how many people have had accidents here but the council keep closing the case. I first reported here in 2017 about this issue! DO NOT CLOSE THIS CASE WITHOUT EITHER INSTALLING THE SIGN OR EXPLAINING IN FULK TO TAX PAYING RESIDENTS WHY YOU REGUSE TO DO THIS 5 YEARS ON!

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