Traffic light in middle of junction of Warwick Lane / Newgate Street - there is no protective kerb around the pole, it's just in the middle of the road. Is that compliant design? kerb
Reported in the General Fault category anonymously at 13:49, Wednesday 19 February 2020
Sent to TfL 16 minutes later. TfL ref: FMS2008645.
The traffic lights at the junction of Warwick Lane and Newgate Street are not protected by any sort of island / kerb - the pole just sticks directly out of the road. This seems unusual and I wonder if it is compliant design. Google streetview shows that it had previously (Feb 2018) been protected by raised kerbs or (May 2019) temporary "keep left" bollards, but it is currently entirely unprotected.
Category changed from ‘Damage - pole leaning / equipment detached from pole/facing the wrong direction’ to ‘General Fault’
Posted by TfL at 14:01, Wednesday 19 February 2020
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State changed to: not TfL’s responsibility
Posted by TfL at 11:23, Friday 21 February 2020
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