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Moped rider injured in Shoreham crash

A moped rider was injured in a collision this morning.

Police and ambulance were called to the A283 Old Shoreham Road, Shoreham, at its junction with Freehold Street, after the collision between a car and moped at 7.20am.

A section of the road was closed while emergency services dealt with the incident.

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10:48am Thu 13 Feb 14

south-coast says...

I'd like to start up an open dialogue with the council and highways agency to look at improving this section or road.

I was throughly disappointed by the total lack of concern by our elected council representatives when raising my concerns (at a recent local planning meeting) with regards to a proposal to add yet more side roads to this already dangerous section of Old Shoreham Road.

Take on board there's a primary school one road down, no signage and no crossing facilities and a almost blind corner. Add the constant flow of traffic, which is often far faster outside peak times, the number of proposed developments which will rely on using this stretch of road for access and its clear some action is needed.

I'm looking forward to a response from the council.

Anyone with an interest can join our Facebook Group ' A Safer Old Shoreham Road' https://www.facebook
.com/groups/asosr/ or follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/
asosrNews

All comments are welcome, we'd like to hear from all road users, pedestrians, local residents and businesses on how they feel this section of road could be improved.

Stay safe.

#Crossing #TrafficCalming #Shoreham #asosr
I'd like to start up an open dialogue with the council and highways agency to look at improving this section or road. I was throughly disappointed by the total lack of concern by our elected council representatives when raising my concerns (at a recent local planning meeting) with regards to a proposal to add yet more side roads to this already dangerous section of Old Shoreham Road. Take on board there's a primary school one road down, no signage and no crossing facilities and a almost blind corner. Add the constant flow of traffic, which is often far faster outside peak times, the number of proposed developments which will rely on using this stretch of road for access and its clear some action is needed. I'm looking forward to a response from the council. Anyone with an interest can join our Facebook Group ' A Safer Old Shoreham Road' https://www.facebook .com/groups/asosr/ or follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/ asosrNews All comments are welcome, we'd like to hear from all road users, pedestrians, local residents and businesses on how they feel this section of road could be improved. Stay safe. #Crossing #TrafficCalming #Shoreham #asosr south-coast
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11:09am Thu 13 Feb 14

All 9 of me says...

hashtags don't work on The Argus .......
hashtags don't work on The Argus ....... All 9 of me
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11:14am Thu 13 Feb 14

Brighton1000 says...

All 9 of me wrote:
hashtags don't work on The Argus .......
lol
[quote][p][bold]All 9 of me[/bold] wrote: hashtags don't work on The Argus .......[/p][/quote]lol Brighton1000
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11:15am Thu 13 Feb 14

Brighton1000 says...

Obviously needs a cycle lane, that will solve the problem, Over to you Kitwat
Obviously needs a cycle lane, that will solve the problem, Over to you Kitwat Brighton1000
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11:15am Thu 13 Feb 14

south-coast says...

Yet...
Yet... south-coast
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8:05pm Thu 13 Feb 14

Indigatio says...

Brighton1000 wrote:
Obviously needs a cycle lane, that will solve the problem, Over to you Kitwat
Plonker, Kitkat has no jurisdiction over Shoreham !!!
[quote][p][bold]Brighton1000[/bold] wrote: Obviously needs a cycle lane, that will solve the problem, Over to you Kitwat[/p][/quote]Plonker, Kitkat has no jurisdiction over Shoreham !!! Indigatio
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