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Signage least of towns problems

PUBLISHED: 10:21 02 February 2009 | UPDATED: 22:20 05 July 2010

ON reading in the Journal about the continuing problem of signage wrongly directing traffic away from the relief road we should be aware that is the least of Lowestoft's problems.

ON reading in the Journal about the continuing problem of signage wrongly directing traffic away from the relief road we should be aware that is the least of Lowestoft's problems.

Our MP should be dragging here those responsible for the total mess Lowestoft's roads are now in. After all, he says it was his Government's money that was given for this relief road - more like taxpayers' money.

And now the whole road structure is a mess and not fit for purpose.

There is too much signage, too much street furniture cluttering up the paths, and far too many traffic lights that just frustrates everyone that has to try and drive about this town.

This has driven the shoppers away from the town centre, and this is all because of a person or persons who are driven by a flawed ideology.

You only have to look on SCC website under transport policy for Lowestoft and for the next ten to 15 years.

They are going to continue making a mess of Lowestoft's roads as they try to force people out of their cars.

So the question to be asked is: 'Do we all still want to be in Suffolk?'

The sooner we get away from them the better the town will be.

C HEPBURN

Edgerton Road

Lowestoft


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