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No sign at split in street

Reported in the Signs category anonymously at 18:12, Mon 18 July 2011

Sent to Wellington City Council 1 min later.

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Dominica Crescent splits at the end of the street, there is no sign that shows both cul-de-sacs are Dominica Crescent. The left hand fork looks like a new street to people not familiar with the ares and it can be very difficult to have courier items delivered. A sign at the junction showing that both arms of the street are Dominica (perhaps including the street numbers) would be very helpful.

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Thank you for your email. A service request has been raised, and your reference number is 1966639. Kind regards, Wellington City Council.
Transport Network Operations have advised that they believe the current signs are sufficient to trace residential property addresses along Dominica Cres. "the fork near the end of the street indicates both sides of the street is still Dominica Cres even with the absence of further signs." I have replied that I disagree "the left-hand fork appears as a new street off of Dominica, this is because the right-hand "fork" is actually straight on and the left-hand fork comes off at an angle like any other new road in the suburb, adding to the complication the upper cul-de-sac is not visible from the junction"
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