CPA admits digital signs pose danger to drivers

| 14/11/2012

digbillboard.JPG(CNS Business): Following the Central Planning Authority’s decision to refuse Dart permission to post seven digital billboards around Camana Bay, the police have also warned of the potential dangers of roadside electronic signs being erected by businesses. The CPA gave permission to dms to use digital boards at the Hurley’s roundabout last year but has now admitted that this type of visual promotion poses a danger to motorists. During a CPA meeting last month the authority refused Dart’s boards and admitted that, despite their belief at the time of granting dms permission that they would not be a distraction, they now believe they are and will not be giving permission in future for any more of this type of sign. Read more on CNS Business

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