Government taskforce set up to tackle 'ghastly blight' of road signs

Government taskforce set up to tackle 'ghastly blight' of road signs

They have doubled in number in two decades, and now the Department for Transport aims to cut back on potentially distracting and confusing furniture

The number of signs dotting Britain’s roadsides is due to fall as the government promised to end the “ghastly blight” of gratuitous road signs.

Promising to tackle street clutter and cut red tape, the Department for Transport has set up a traffic signs reduction taskforce, headed by Alan Duncan, to advise on cutting the worst examples.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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