Almost 50 drivers stopped by police after going past new no entry sign on this Leeds street
Almost 50 drivers were stopped by police on Wednesday after ignoring a new no entry sign on a Leeds street.
At the request of residents, NPT Officers attended Manor Road in Horsforth yesterday afternoon due to reports of motorists ignoring or not seeing the recently-installed no-entry signage.
In a social media update, officers said: "The reason for our attendance was to advise drivers of the new one-way system & prevent any accidents from occurring.
"In total, 49 drivers were stopped, advised of the recent change and asked to turn around, with more deciding not to turn at the last moment after seeing us present."
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Police said they would continue to monitor the road in the future.
The force added: "Please do not be tempted to use this road as a cut-through during peak traffic."