Road sign clean-up launched in Milton Keynes

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Council launches tidy up operation on city’s dirty signs.

Dozens of the city’s dirtiest road signs are to be given a spring clean – at a cost of £80 apiece.

MK council is spending £8,000 on cleaning 100 grimy signs in a bid to improve road safety.

The worst signs will be identified over the next few weeks and the council’s service provider Serco will carry out the work.

The clean-up costs will come from Highways Adoptions cash.