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Incorrect Natuonal Speed limit sign on A2070 South Willesborough Ashford

Reported via mobile in the Damage to Sign (NH) category anonymously at 08:45, Saturday 30 March 2024

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5784023.

An incorrect national speed limit sign has appeared in the A2070 between the clover intersection at Park Farm and the Pedresrltrian crossing oppisite Finberry Estate heading towards Orbital Park Ashford. It may of even been placed facing the wrong direction and meant for traffic travelling the other way as its been placed directly oppisite a NSL sign on other side of carriageway This is making the section of road very dangerous as its a 50 mph and not 70mph as your sign suggests. It's about 50 metres before a 40mph sign and some way after a 50mph sign. I've tried emailing but have not got any confirmation or alternated reply to confirm my message so I don't know if my email arrived.

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  • There are three such signs; two on the eastbound lane, one on the westbound lane.

    Do something about it, please!

    Posted anonymously at 08:24, Monday 8 April 2024

  • West Bound signs are correct. The Eastbound is causing people to speed 50mph zone. Only metres before a crossing and 40mph signs. This needs to sorted asap

    Posted anonymously at 11:48, Monday 8 April 2024

  • I took a call from James from National Highways Confirming the sign has now been removed. Thank you all very much all sorted.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted anonymously at 16:09, Friday 12 April 2024

  • Thank you for making your report,

    I can confirm that we have identified the sign in question and it has been removed from site.

    Kind Regards,

    National Highways.

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by National Highways at 16:30, Friday 12 April 2024

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