weird road rules

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Reported in the Signs category anonymously at 18:22, Tue 28 February 2012

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PREAMBLE: Grafton Road has road works between Park road & motorway on ramp. THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PICTURE IS A PHOTO OF THE "NO TURN RIGHT" ~ THE RIGHT PART OF THE PHOTO IS THE "WORKS END" SIGN MOTORIST PATH A: Drive from Grafton Road that has road works (up hill), ignore the "no right turn" sign and turn right into Grafton bridge, "WORK END" sign become useful and for what it was intended. MOTORIST PATH B: Drive from Park road in to Grafton bridge, "WORK END" sign is useless because road works never started, and is a visual distraction for motorist. MOTORIST PATH C: Drive from Carton Gore Road direction turn left into Grafton bridge "WORK END" sign is useless because road works never started and is a visual distraction for motorist. CONCLUSION: TO MAKE "WORK END" SIGN BECOME USEFUL MOTORIST MUST DISOBEY "NO TURN RIGHT" SIGN AND TURN RIGHT. CONCLUSION FOR PEDESTRIANS: WHAT A PAIN BECAUSE THE SIGN TAKES UP 1/3 TO 1/2 THE FOOTPATH WIDTH AND IS A **** OFF FOR PEDESTRIANS, IN FACT IT RESTRICTED MY MOVEMENT JUST AFTER I TOOK THE PHOTO.

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