THE quality of road markings is in rapid decline, particularly in Scotland, it was revealed today.
As many as 40% of markings on Scotland's motorways and dual carriageways need immediate replacement, along with 40% of markings on dual carriageways in Wales and 38% of dual carriageways in England, the Road Safety markings Association said.
The organisation's national director George Lee said: "National standards are not being enforced and the quality of road markings is declining at an alarming rate."
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In Scotland, the worst motorway was a section of the M90 between Dunfermline and Perth, while there were poor markings on the A92 Dunfermline to Kirkcaldy, and on the A8 and A720 near Edinburgh.