New traffic sign upsets Bathurst business owners

New traffic sign upsets Bathurst business owners

A new traffic sign installed at a shopping complex on Sydney Road, has caused frustration among Bathurst drivers.

The No Right Turn sign was installed at the exit of the shopping complex at 170 Sydney Road, when the traffic lights for the new Masters development were installed.

Members of the community were outraged that shoppers are not able to turn right, to be able to head back to the Bathurst CBD.

A local business owner says it is forcing people away, and will result in customers shopping conveniently down the road.

A number of business owners in the area have taken the matter to the Roads and Maritime Services.

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