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Diversion signs in village
- C (10th Jul 2024 - 10:17:50)

Anyone know why yet more have appeared?

Re: Diversion signs in village
- Richard (11th Jul 2024 - 01:29:19)

Based on some of the roadworks they've had signs up for recently (i:e ones five or miles away from Liphook) my guess is that they're to alert the people of Liphook to road repairs in Aberdeen

Re: Diversion signs in village
- AF (11th Jul 2024 - 08:22:02)

Roadworks in LISS.

Re: Diversion signs in village
- Paul Robinson (11th Jul 2024 - 16:28:39)

Travelling down the A3 approaching the Liphook / Bramshott junction you will find a dorment seriously large electonic sign with a solar panel on the top.

Add to this the multiple diversion signs through the village and one can easily imagine some proposed substantial disruption as a result of road works, probably waiting for the schools to break up.

Paul Robinson

Re: Diversion signs in village
- k (12th Jul 2024 - 10:30:30)

I Believe going to be long term closure of at least a month on road to LINDFORD just past Passfield from AUGUST 5th I think - possibly part of warning. I haven't seen the road closure signs that are up so not sure if refer to this.

Re: Diversion signs in village
- Paul Robinson (12th Jul 2024 - 11:20:48)

For almost eighteen months now there have been red warning signs on the sliproad from the A3 up to the Liphook / Bramshott junction stating NO ROAD STUDS.

There are, and have been for almost eighteen month, road studs to both sides of the road.

Is this a record?

Paul Robinson

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