Halstead: Residents call for more action to improve safety of 'dangerous' A120

Gazette: Halstead: Residents call for more action to improve safety of 'dangerous' A120 Halstead: Residents call for more action to improve safety of 'dangerous' A120

Plans to reduce the speed limit on the “road to hell” do not go far enough, residents claim.

A 50mph limit will apply to a 925 metre stretch on the A120 bypass between the Fen plantation and Tey Road from Saturday, November 17 Residents have campaigned for a cut in the speed limit on the road following a catalogue of serious accidents.

Residents have campaigned for a cut in the speed limit on the road following a catalogue of serious accidents.
In August 2010 pedestrian Stuart Argent, 25, died after he was hit by a car near Tey Road, Coggeshall.

For full report, see this week's Gazette.

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12:19pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Citizen 139 says...

50mph? Get stuck behind a truck and you won't go above 40mph. Cutting to 50 will not make any difference.
50mph? Get stuck behind a truck and you won't go above 40mph. Cutting to 50 will not make any difference. Citizen 139

1:14pm Sun 11 Nov 12

Catchedicam says...

since when was the A120 diverted through Halstead? Or is it April already?
since when was the A120 diverted through Halstead? Or is it April already? Catchedicam

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