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Those yellow coats in Cliffe High Street

On 26 Nov 2005 at 9:30pm Smiler wrote:
What are they up to?
On 28 Nov 2005 at 1:35pm dats wrote:
I think they might be doing traffic counts...maybe something to do with that transport survey thing that came through my door last week?
On 28 Nov 2005 at 2:27pm Smiler wrote:
I didn't get one of those, what did it say?
On 28 Nov 2005 at 6:11pm lopster wrote:
They were hovering around the train station too, sounds like transport survey - where can I get a copy of the form I didn't get one either - wonder how recipients are selected - transport in Lewes grinding to a halt now - buses replace trains nearly every weekend - bus station dying now operator's have changed - one-way system being dug up for the third time this year (at least they worked Sunday this week though to speed it up)- no where to park in town and red-coat skunks operating on Sundays too now - is it 24/7 yellow line restrictions now?
On 29 Nov 2005 at 7:45am mick wrote:
If you read your Highway Code you would know that double yellow lines mean no parking at any time. That rule applies to the whole country not just Lewes.
On 29 Nov 2005 at 4:02pm dats wrote:
I had one through my door - it's not apparently for anything specific, just they want you to fill out details of all the journeys you take on a specific day (today - 29 Nov I think) so they can analyse them for 'statistical' reasons...
On 30 Nov 2005 at 10:18am Mystic Mog wrote:
They are doing a traffic survey in advance of proposed changes to the layout of Cliffe High street.
On 16 Dec 2005 at 10:11am reverse gear wrote:
more changes its jobs for the boys if you ask me how much money do highways waste

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