URGENT URGENT BRIDGE HeIGHT SIGNS WRONG
Reported via desktop in the Road sign damage category by Andrew Poulton at 11:30, Sun 3 July 2022
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 3643312.
I HAVE NOW SAFELY ACCURATELY MEASURED THIS. The available width will not allow a normal high sided vehicle through of 9'6" or EVEN LESS OR OVER 7 FOOT ? It says 9'6" The height is only 7 foot either side the 1 meter width allowed as on the sign. 1 meter is not the width of a normal road vehicle. The sign dates form the 1900's
The signs each side of bridge and at entrance to road should indicate a 7 foot height limit for a normal with high sided vehicle
The bridge entrance is being smashed to pieces
Thank you for this report. We will review the details and carry out an inspection of the site if required.
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Systems Team at 11:30, Sun 3 July 2022
Promised that as part of s review they would be righted. The review was started 2021 but held up. The signs are now unreadable anyway.
Posted by Andrew Poulton at 11:36, Sun 31 July 2022
Still open, via questionnaire
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State changed to: Fixed
Posted by Systems Team at 12:49, Mon 1 August 2022
Still open, via questionnaire, 14:23, Sun 28 August 2022
This issue has NOT been fixed at all. I do not know why the system keeps closing my reports when they have clearly NOT been fixed. Please do not keep closing these reports when they have not been fixed. This issue is SO BAD that even the warning signs are not only wrong but cannot be read. What is going on. IF an engineer WISHES to meet me on site I can show them the problem is very serious and NOT BEEN FIXED X 2
State changed to: Open
Posted by Andrew Poulton at 14:28, Sun 28 August 2022
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