School Traffic Sign is obsolete. 82 High St, Bathford
Reported via desktop in the Traffic Signals Fault category by Councillor James Bradshaw at 09:39, Wed 1 November 2023
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 39 minutes later. Council ref: 5160632.
This LED school sign has not worked for at least 7 years. The sign serves no purpose, is an eyesore and redundant. Ideally the sign should be removed.
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State changed to: In progress
Posted by Systems Team at 09:39, Wed 1 November 2023
We've looked into this report and are investigating the issue.
We will update this report once we decide what action to take.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Systems Team at 09:50, Wed 1 November 2023
Category changed from ‘Damaged road sign’ to ‘Traffic Signals Fault’
State changed to: Open
Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 10:18, Wed 1 November 2023
No action has been taken since reporting this case on 1st Nov 2023. Ref:Council ref: 5160632. Please provide update. Thank you.
Posted anonymously at 19:33, Monday 12 February 2024
Could we please get the sign working? Many thanks
Posted anonymously at 15:05, Friday 23 February 2024
The sign serves no purpose and hasn't worked for at least 8 years or more. The sign is nowhere near the school and the recent installation of a zebra crossing makes it completely redundant. It is an eyesore for the residents of 82 High St, Bathford. Please have it removed. Thank you. James Bradshaw.
Posted by james bradshaw at 16:23, Friday 23 February 2024
Provide an update