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Dangerous road marking, Mayhem Because its merges!

Reported via desktop in the Faded / Hard to see (NH) category anonymously at 22:56, Fri 7 July 2023

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4762430.

So when you built this scheme in 2016 (2015) you made it 2 lanes merge into 1 lane which is a stupid idea so come and widen this bridge to make 2 lanes go over and this scheme were I want 2 lanes going over this bridge so when going up to the southbound sliproad make it give way or make it merge like a slip roads do I do want 2 lanes over this bridge but there's not a lot of room you have to wide loads on this bridge to make it wider but you need to move the kerb and stuff to make the lane what randomly merges which is a couple centimetres behind me we don't need 3 lanes but extend the sliproad because it would be harder joining the carriage way and add an SOS area ( emergency refuse area) to. and new road surface and new LED lighting. I hope this scheme gets built then.

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  • Thank you for your email of 7July 2023 about misleading or incorrect markings on the A1 between junction 68 and 69.

    We appreciate you taking the time to share with us your detailed proposals for how we might improve this section of our network. We understand your concerns and welcome your proposals. We're currently engaged in the delivery of the second Road Investment Strategy (2020-2025) with a commitment to deliver significant investment to improve the Strategic Road Network in the north-east. We've recently completed capacity enhancements between A1 Scotswood and North Brunton and we're currently delivering similar capacity enhancements between A1 Birtley and Coal House. We're also continuing to develop and deliver a comprehensive programme of network renewals and upgrades.

    Your feedback has been passed to the relevant department for consideration.

    Thank you again for contacting us. If there is anything we can help you with, please email or telephone our Contact Centre. They’re available 24 hours a day by phone: 0300 123 5000 or by email info@nationalhighways.co.uk. Alternatively, please visit the National Highways website at nationalhighways.co.uk.

    Gemma Ford Business Services Coordinator Business Services Team National Highways |Calder view house | Calder Park | Wakefield | WF2 7UA Web: nationalhighways.co.uk Follow us on Twitter @HighwaysYORKS and @HighwaysNEast

    Posted by National Highways at 10:10, Wed 12 July 2023

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