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    @hibs.net private member Mibbes Aye's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danderhall Hibs View Post
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    If I knew how to add a picture I would.

    The problem junction on sherrifhall is coming from the road where the cockatoo is/was going towards Bonnyrigg. It doesnít matter the name of each of the roads but thatís the junction and direction that folk canít understand.
    That's a bad approach. Actually, all the approaches, other than either stretch of the Bypass itself (A720) are badly marked. It's all very well having a really well-marked roundabout but if the lanes coming into it aren't clear then it just causes problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibbes Aye View Post
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    That's a bad approach. Actually, all the approaches, other than either stretch of the Bypass itself (A720) are badly marked. It's all very well having a really well-marked roundabout but if the lanes coming into it aren't clear then it just causes problems.
    It should've been a proper interchange from day 1 instead of the shambles it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killiehibbie View Post
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    It should've been a proper interchange from day 1 instead of the shambles it is.

    When it opened there were no traffic lights!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    When it opened there were no traffic lights!
    Given the volume of traffic that flows through the roundabout and the fact that there is traffic lights, I think it does okay.
    I think a great opportunity was missed for building a north/south underpass when the diversion for the rail bridge construction was in place.

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    That Milton Rd is going to be murder for the next 9 weeks, Getting dug up for gas works, temp lights in operation at the cross roads near the esso garage.

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    Folk who use the horn. Usually blokes.
    In the time it took for you to do that, mate, you could have slowed down and avoided any risk of a collision.
    Read your Highway Code (if you can) and you'll find out when to toot your horn. It might surprise you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Folk who use the horn. Usually blokes.
    In the time it took for you to do that, mate, you could have slowed down and avoided any risk of a collision.
    Read your Highway Code (if you can) and you'll find out when to toot your horn. It might surprise you!
    I get your point and tend to agree, but I have used my horn whilst slowing down and avoiding a collision, you can do all three at the same time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    I get your point and tend to agree, but I have used my horn whilst slowing down and avoiding a collision, you can do all three at the same time

    Depending on the situation, itís also a way of demonstrating frustration at someone elseís poor/dangerous driving that caused you to have to slow down and avoid a collision.

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