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GroveHillWanderer wrote: hhinner wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:20 pm
GHW - the blue painted lanes on the canal road are u-turn indications.
That's what I thought at first, but then I noticed they had some blue sections where these isn't a u-turn (IIRC).
Maybe we're not on the same canal road then.
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I am tending to go with J.J.B.'s suggestion. The lines are at each end of the school on the traffic flow side. I wouldn't be surprised to see a few 'humps' appearing in the next few weeks
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Noticed the Tessabarn surveyors use red paint on the road surfaces prior to changes/remedial work....other than that no idea
Bit like all these orange flags 1200 high they have put in along both sides of goat track 102 in the last day or so no idea either!
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