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Dangerous traffic signals

Reported via desktop in the Traffic Lights (permanent only) category anonymously at 16:25, Tue 20 July 2021

Sent to Oxfordshire County Council less than a minute later

It's clearly NOT 'FIXED', as nothing was modified and the dangerous situation persists.

This manifestation of contempt for Oxfordshire's residents is mirrored in a letter to the OT last week, where the dangerous situation at the Botley Road railway bridge was NOT fixed, but Highways claimed it was.

Clearly, Highways doesn't understand the issue, judging by their dismissive reply and closing the case.

Amber DOES NOT, repeat NOT, imply losing right of way, because if you travel lawfully at e.g. 40 mph on approach and are within e.g. 10 yards when it turns to amber, you carry on as it's dangerous to stop suddenly. That would lose a good 1 sec out of the delay. The 5-second delay is therefore INSUFFICIENT. I know that from extensive personal experience, where time after time after time cars entering the junction on green have to stop suddenly to avoid a collision.

But I suppose they will only be convinced once there IS an accident. Heaven forbid that Highways should take a proactive and preventive approach.

Highways under Bearder is not fit for purpose, and we know why.

Perhaps I should involve my MP.

Council ref: 2878159

Asset ID: F202 - Rose Hill Roundabout (LED) (ANPR :33)

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  • Please see Council ref: 2868132 also. Yes, this area is definitely an issue at Littlemore Roundabout and approach thereon.

    Posted anonymously at 17:32, Tue 20 July 2021

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 17:05, Tue 17 August 2021

  • No further actions are currently planned at this junction.

    State changed to: Investigation complete

    Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 15:26, Fri 30 September 2022

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