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No warning of lanes merging

Reported via desktop in the Road markings category anonymously at 19:54, Sunday 9 May 2021

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later

Second part on this road where the lanes go from 2 lanes down to one with NO prior warning which is extremely dangerous

Again, there are no signs before warning about the lanes merging or any merging arrows painted on the road?

Very dangerous and should be improved!

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  • Thank you for contacting Highways England. concerning road markings.

    We shall look into this issue and aim to provide a response by 21/05/21.

    Can we please ask that you check back on this date for an update.

    Kind regards

    Highways England

    Posted by National Highways at 11:30, Monday 10 May 2021

  • Thank you for for taking the time to share your concerns regarding your concerns with the lane merging at this location.

    We've checked collision data and in last 5 years of available data (between 01/01/2015 to 30/06/2020), there was only 1 slight personal injury collision in this period on this part of the slip road linking the M5 south and north slips with the M4 westbound. This suggests that there is no particular collision problem at this section of the Almondsbury Interchange which would require an urgent intervention.

    We can look at the issues you raise when this section of the network is due for resurfacing. This is usually the best time to review existing road markings provisions and propose changes is necessary and beneficial. If you require any further update on this issue our Customer Contact Centre is available 24 hours a day at: • 0300 123 5000

    • info@highwaysengland.co.uk

    Please quote 21923769 to discuss this matter further.

    Kind regards Highways England

    Posted by National Highways at 07:20, Wednesday 19 May 2021

  • State changed to: Closed

    Updated by National Highways at 07:20, Wednesday 19 May 2021

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