Concern over faded Kingswood roundabout markings – but council says…

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Concern over faded Kingswood roundabout markings – but council says…

Markings on a Kingswood roundabout have been deemed safe amid claims from road users they have become dangerously faded. The local road user said he was concerned about the state of the markings at the Raich Carter Way-Thomas Clarkson Way roundabout, by Kingswood's ASDA. They said they feared someone could be seriously injured in an accident if the markings are not repainted. But a Hull City Council spokesperson said the roundabout was deemed as not requiring any work following a recent inspection. It comes as Hull Live has launched a survey asking people which road markings in the city they think are in the greatest need of repainting and maintaining. READ MORE: Plans to reopen Hull's East Park gates to traffic spark children's safety row The date Freetown Way work is finally set to start- along with Holderness Road improvements The council is ultimately responsible for maintaining markings and keeping them freshly painted and they regularly work on them and other features of the road network. Recent works have seen markings on the approach to the Barnes Way roundabout repainted, though the new arro
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