£500,000 road safety sign 'broken' just over a year after it was installed



Highways England invested heavily last March in putting up the signs at the two ends of the A590 – one on the Dalton by-pass, and one between the M6 and Brettargh Holt.
Motorists and businesses have regularly criticised the effectiveness of them since they were activated in March, complaining that they rarely display information, even when there has been serious incidents on the A590.
The two “variable message signs” were part of a combined programme of work.
Design and preparation cost £155,842 and construction cost £741,523. That made a total cost of £897,366, with each costing £448,683.... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 44
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