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Re: Policing Issues Discussion
« Reply #270 on: December 03, 2018, 06:35:15 PM »
I think the road marking there is a problem. Normally the left lane is for left or straight on, the right for going around the roundabout to the right. But at that roundabout to go straight on you wait in the right lane.
Anyone not familiar with it would naturally be in the left lane for going straight on. Also anyone waiting to turn from Tesco to Conwy/Deganwy would normally expect the traffic in the right hand lane to be going around the roundabout, meaning they should be able to emerge. They would have to know the area to be aware of this rounabout peculiarities.
People not indicating any more hinders this further.

I'm guessing it was designed that way before the cinema/fast food outlets appeared, and most traffic was either Tesco or straight on.

Think it should be put back to standard layout.


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« Reply #271 on: December 03, 2018, 08:23:10 PM »
Sorry to have to correct you Mike but the left lane has two arrows before the roundabout and both point to the left to Tesco.
The right hand lane also has two arrows and both point straight on towards Deganwy
Any traffic going in the right hand lane to the cinema complex should have to indicate that they are turning right.
Any one unfamiliar with the area should drive accordingly and follow the direction markings


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Re: Policing Issues Discussion
« Reply #272 on: August 29, 2019, 01:12:22 PM »
Policing boss says some drug crimes 'as good as decriminalised' in North Wales
Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones said other forms of justice are the way forward on drug crimes.

Mr Jones said that many forces in the England and Wales were no longer choosing to prosecute for possession of drugs, and this amounted to a de-facto decriminalisation of the problem.

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Re: Policing Issues Discussion
« Reply #273 on: August 29, 2019, 01:41:34 PM »
It's ludicrous that some drugs are still illegal. Legalising the lot would raise treasury income at a stroke, get rid of most of the illegal trade and the violence and corruption that follows and create new high street businesses. Forget brexit;  you could fund the NHS entirely on drug taxation.
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