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Pedestrian signal on traffic lights SO LOUD!’

Reported via mobile in the General Fault category anonymously at 05:28, Friday 5 August 2022

Sent to TfL less than a minute later. TfL ref: FMS3732021.

The traffic lights at the junction of Lynton and Dunton road are turned up so loud they can be heard inside with windows shut three roads down. They sound like a smoke alarm & it’s distressing being woken up by that noise. It’s even louder when it’s busy and all 4 sets are beeping away…. Please turn them down (obviously to a safe level for those who are visually impaired standing at the crossing rather than the hearing impaired standing in tower hamlets) thanks

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  • Thank you for taking the time to report this to us. It is much appreciated. This has now been investigated and we can confirm that there is a non-urgent fault at these traffic lights. We have therefore referred it to our contractors, and you should see an improvement within 28 days. If you need anything else, or have any questions, please contact our customer services team on 0343 222 1234

    Please also be aware that, all Action Scheduled reports are automatically closed after 28 days. However, the fault will be fixed within this timescale, which may be sooner, or in a few cases take a little longer.

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by TfL at 10:37, Friday 5 August 2022

  • Twenty eight days?! The hottest year on record, windows have to stay open and it’s not good for ears to wear earplugs or headphones 24 hours a day. No one can put up with that high pitched beeping that sounds too much like a smoke alarm for it not to cause residents anxiety. Why is it going to take a contractor 28 days to turn down the beeping on temp traffic lights?!? It must be double hell for the people living at the start of lynton road. It may be a non urgent fault but the need to sleep urgent and any sleep deprivation consequences for those in the area affected lie squarely at TFLs feet.

    Posted anonymously at 19:29, Friday 5 August 2022

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