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#1 Friday 3rd April 2009 20:45:38

freddieb
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From: Westbury Wilts
Registered: Thursday 26th March 2009
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Dual carriageways....

Hi  big_smile
you know a dual carriageway has to be separated by a central reservation barrier.... does that include a large grassed area separating the two carriageways....  roll


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#2 Friday 3rd April 2009 20:51:42

tony adi
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Re: Dual carriageways....

It can do.


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#3 Saturday 4th April 2009 21:15:19

Freedom
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Re: Dual carriageways....

Hi as I always say any form of fixed barrier between opposing directions of traffic.

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#4 Wednesday 29th July 2009 18:07:04

barrykenward
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Registered: Sunday 26th July 2009
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Re: Dual carriageways....

Hi freddieb,

Anything in the centre of carriageways that physically separates flows of traffic is classed as 'dual carriageway'.

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