Porthcressa Bollards Proving A Hazard To Drivers

porthcressa bollardTraffic cones have been put up to protect the new wooden traffic bollards at Porthcressa from being bumped by drivers.

A number of motorists have reversed into the 3-ft high posts, designed to protect the frontage of the currently unoccupied work units.

The first driver to reverse into the street furniture was Steve Sims in the community bus. He described the post he hit as being “stuck out like a lighthouse” and threatened to “unleash termites” on them.

Now after a number of scrapes, the woodwork is sporting a range of colours from various vehicles’ paintwork.

So plastic traffic cones been placed either side to warn drivers that they’re there.



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