Road sign obscured
Reported in the Road Traffic Signs and Road Markings category anonymously at 08:39, Mon 26 November 2018
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 1 minute later
There is still white tape over the NSL sign. Has the temporary speed restriction to 50 mph on the A4074 approaching what was a temp. 30-mph zone around Heyford Hill roundabout been lifted? If so, please could the white tape over the NSL sign be removed? It is very confusing, also potentially dangerous, when some drivers read the cancelled sign as meaning ’50-mph limit still in force’, while nearly all the others charge past a good 20 mph faster. Because many people use the opportunity of road turning there into dual carriageway to overtake, it is hard for slower traffic on the inside lane to move out to allow vehicles from the slip-road (Henley Rd) to join the main road safely. I first noticed this when driving into Oxford 18 Nov. Was reminded yesterday (25 Nov) when traveling the same route, but this time on the bus, so had the opportunity to look at the sign on the left side of the road more closely; couldn’t see the one on the right.
Council ref: ENQ18820105
Thank you for your enquiry. This issue has been passed onto the relevant team for investigation.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 08:40, Mon 26 November 2018
This appears to have been fixed? The white tape cancelling the NSL sign had been half hanging off. This morning (Sun 31 March) I saw the sign now has two lines of white sticky tape firmly stuck over it. If the limit here has indeed been reduced to 50 mph, then I am grateful to whoever has attended to this.
Posted anonymously at 17:05, Sun 31 March 2019
We believe this issue was addressed but due to a technical error it hasn't been updated on FixMyStreet. We now consider it fixed, but if the issue still exists please let us know by creating a new report on FixMyStreet: https://fixmystreet.oxfordshire.gov.uk/
State changed to: Investigation complete
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 11:28, Tuesday 3 August 2021
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.