New signs have been installed after the latest incident in which a driver was spotted heading the wrong way on the M40.

Drivers were forced to swerve out the way of a car heading southbound on the northbound carriageway near Junction 8 on Monday, February 11.

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Oxford Mail:

It comes just four months after the fatal wrong-way crash one junction along which killed three people on the M40 in October.

READ AGAIN: M40 tragedy - three people killed in M40 wrong-way crash

Oxfordshire County Council has responded by putting temporary signs in place near the A40 slip road - which leads up towards the M40.

Oxford Mail:

Reports from drivers seen by the Oxford Mail suggest it was at this point where the most recent driver entered the A40 the wrong-way before entering the M40. This has not yet been confirmed by authorities.

Motorists described flashing their lights at a car coming towards them after the exit for Oxford on the M40 at junction 8.

The improvements include multiple two-way traffic signs at the A40 sliproad between Wheatley and the M40 Junction 8A services.

Oxford Mail:

As well as an 'All traffic keep left' sign and further no entry signs nearby at the same spot.

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