5 road signs are being damaged.
Reported in the Road Traffic Signs and Road Markings category anonymously at 14:52, Tue 5 December 2017
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 3 minutes later
Both speeding limit signs when entering and exit Taynton, another 3 directional signs are damaged and need repositioning, also not visible to read from the distance, they're old and faded.
Would it be possible to give further details of locations of the signs in question? Photos would be ideal too. Thank you.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted anonymously at 14:14, Thu 22 March 2018
Council ref: 817047 1st & 2nd photos: entering Taynton from Burford 3rd photo: leaving Taynton, going towards Burford. These are just a few of the signs. They have been washed so they are not just dirty and no 2 needs straightening. I will try to submit more photos after I have sent these as your update box only allows 3.
Posted anonymously at 18:24, Tue 10 April 2018
I have visited Taynton and make the following comments- Both bend warning signs are in need of replacement - I can add to my maintenance list. I would also question their need given the current speed limit and tortuous nature of the route - is there really a danger of someone travelling too fast and thus the bends becoming a danger? I did wash some green algae from a no through road sign and underneath the sign is still in good condition. A more thorough wash would be beneficial. The speed limit signing is present and correct despite a slightly unaesthetically pleasing lean of one post. This would not warrant any immediate action. I carry cleaning equipment on occasion so when next in the area I will see if I can do a more thorough job - unless helpful residents do so beforehand.
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted anonymously at 16:24, Thu 12 April 2018
Oxfordshire County Council has recently transitioned to a new system that handles reports from Fix My Street. We are checking a small number of reports, including this one, that are currently marked as fixed on our new system. If you consider this still requires further investigation, please accept our apologies and create a new report by clicking https://fixmystreet.oxfordshire.gov.uk/
State changed to: Investigation complete
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 17:05, Tuesday 16 July 2019
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