Near side lane exit from the west side of the roundabout
Reported via desktop in the Roadworks category anonymously at 09:25, Sunday 23 May 2021
Sent to Highways England less than a minute later
Travelling west on the A45 using the nearside lane traveling around the new roundabout at 25mph I found that the exit from the roundabout had an inverse camber and the final part of the turn was tight. This pushed me towards the outer lane and I received a sharp blast on the horn from an overtaking car. If this happens to a car at 25mph I dread to think what will happen to somebody traveling faster or a heavy vehicle . I think you should carry out some tests to asses the corner before the roadworks are completed
Firstly whoever designed these exits needs to try it with a HGV. You CANNOT make those turns in one lane.
Secondly, whichever clown decided to cone off the road and shut part of the A45 on 4 July needs to be fired. NO ONE WAS WORKING IN THAT AREA. NO ONE. There were three vehicles holding the road shut (cone machine, 3.5t pickup and a small Berlingo-sized van) BUT NO WORKERS.
No wonder this fiasco STILL isn't finished. I hope you all get fined for incompetence.
Posted anonymously at 18:53, Monday 5 July 2021
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