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Friday, July 3, 2020

STOP signs finally erected at accident hotspot

After much lobbying in recent years, STOP signs are finally being erected near the Dark Hedges, the site of a number of serious including one fatal road accidents.

Last month campagners met with the Department of Infrastructure, which led to the department agreeing to erect STOP signs at the Bregagh and Fivey Roads junctions with the Gracehill Road.

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STOP signs would be erected by November 27, with rumble strips and road re-alignment also to be completed promptly.

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