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Submitted

25/04/2017 15:27:34

Reference No

5316

 

Issue Summary

Speeding Grateley road cholderton

 

Latest Update

02/10/2017 11:11:24 The survey was carried out between 11/09/2017 and 24/09/2017. A total of 7426 vehicles were checked. The 85th percentile was 29.5mph (the 85th percentile is the speed at which 85% of the traffic is travelling at or below). The average speed was 25.0mph. In a 30mph speed limit the following criteria will be applied; 30 to 35mph 85th percentile = No Further Action (NFA) 35.1 to 42 mph 85th percentile = eligible for Community Speed Watch Over 42 mph 85th percentile = Subject to Police enforcement No further action will be taken


03/07/2017 10:53:58 The metro count form has now been received and sent onto Vicky Oates.


08/05/2017 11:47:45 A metro count request form will be sent. once this form has been completed a metro count will be carried out to determine the speed of traffic in this area. CATG will also need to know if the parish council support this claim and is prepared to contribute towards any solution that may be identified.


CATG Action / Recommendation

02/10/2017 11:11:24 The survey was carried out between 11/09/2017 and 24/09/2017. A total of 7426 vehicles were checked. The 85th percentile was 29.5mph (the 85th percentile is the speed at which 85% of the traffic is travelling at or below). The average speed was 25.0mph. In a 30mph speed limit the following criteria will be applied; 30 to 35mph 85th percentile = No Further Action (NFA) 35.1 to 42 mph 85th percentile = eligible for Community Speed Watch Over 42 mph 85th percentile = Subject to Police enforcement No further action will be taken


Issue

Speeding on the Grateley Road Cholderton near the turning into Beech Hangar estate just at the start of the 30 mph sign

 

Issue Location

Amesbury

Street / Location

Grateley Road

Electoral Division

Bulford Allington and Figheldean

Issue Duration

Years

Who is Affected

All the people including young children living on the Grateley Road

What has been done so far

Talked about the issue among ourselves and local councillor.

What would resolve issue

Better signage of 30 mph zone a flashing sign showing speed would be beneficial

Who needs to come together

Highways, Area Board

Classification

Highways & Transport

In touch with Councillor

Yes

Sub Classification

Current Status

closed

Final Outcome

No further action possible

 

This call was closed 02/10/2017 11:11:

 

 

 


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