Two villages in Wales have been made safer by TWM Traffic Control Systems as part of a programme aimed at the introduction of 20mph zones for residential roads. TWM were challenged by a Safe Routes in Communities programme, which is funded by the Welsh Government, to introduce signage in two villages that would warn drivers of the new speed limit in a 20mph zone.
Kevin Marshall, Company Director at TWM said:
“We were pleased to work alongside the local councils representing Rossett and Cefn Mawr to deliver the new signage enforcing the 20mph speed limit. We hope that by installing this new, innovative signage we have created a safer environment for road users and pedestrians throughout the villages.”
Darren Green of Wrexham County Council said:
“We were extremely impressed with the level of service provided by the sales team and the installers at TWM, they conducted a thorough and professional job from start to finish. We’re delighted that the new signage is now in place in Rossett and Cefn Mawr which has made these villages safer environments for both the villagers and those passing through.”
TWM is a key provider of signs, sensors and traffic control systems to local authorities, parish councils, traffic management companies and contractors. Products include speed display signs, vehicle activated signs, hazard warnings, pedestrian crossing solutions, school warning zones, bespoke signage, SMART sensors and data collection systems.
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