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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Peacock welcomes confirmation of a safety review on Lisnahunshin Road
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Sinn Féin Councillor Leanne Peacock has welcomed confirmation from the Minister For Infrastructure that a review of safety installations on the Lisnahunshin Road between Rasharkin and Cullybackey will be carried out by DFI officials.

Miss Peacock said: “I have been raising serious safety concerns on the Lisnahunshin Road with DFI for some time now including speed issues, drainage issues, visibility issues among Other issues outlined by local people.

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“I had recently written to the Minister to highlight these concerns and I am pleased to have received confirmation that a review of the safety installations on the road will be carried out by DFI officials to see if any enhancements can be made.

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“This is welcome news and a process that I will be following closely to ensure that the many issues outlined are highlighted to road users and addressed.”

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