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06/10/2017 13:48:35

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Issue Summary

Cars mounting kerb and speeding traffic Durrington


Latest Update

20/12/2017 10:11:51 The survey was carried out between 26/11/2017 and 07/12/2017. A total of 49250 vehicles were checked. The 85th percentile was 36.7mph (the 85th percentile is the speed at which 85% of the traffic is travelling at or below). The average speed was 32.5mph. This area qualifies for CSW. CATG will need to consider the request for bollards.

31/10/2017 10:45:58 CATG met on 30.11.2017 and approves the funding of £3000 for 15 bollards to be erected.

24/10/2017 10:45:44 A metro count request has been received. This has now been sent for action.

06/10/2017 14:26:07 This will go to CATG for consideration in October

CATG Action / Recommendation


Durrington Town Council at its last meeting on the 26th of September discussed the issue of public safety along a specific part of Bulford Road Durrington SP4 8HA. The area of particular concern is the stretch of Bulford Road between Coronation Road and Poores Road. Due to parked cars on one side of the road impatient drivers are mounting the pavement alongside the shops Kebab Shop Palmers Papers so that two way traffic can be maintained. This is particularly prevalent early mornings and late afternoons. Bulford Road is in the heart of the village and is used to access all of the schools in the village those who walk along this part of Bulford Road are at risk of injury from the drivers who are mounting the pavement. The Town Council would therefore like to consider bollards being installed along this stretch of road as is in place outside of the chemist and library between Coronation Road and New Road.


Issue Location


Street / Location

Bulford Road between Coronation Road and Poores Road shop side

Electoral Division

Durrington and Larkhill

Issue Duration

For many years but issue has increased the last year

Who is Affected

Pedestrians mainly school children

What has been done so far

Discussed the issue at Town Council read comments from residents in our Parish Plan highlighting the problem. Incidents could be reported to the police.

What would resolve issue

Bollards be placed along the stretch of pavement outlined

Who needs to come together

Road users are the issue but these may be from both inside and outside of the village. We do not believe the issue can be tackled any other way than to install bollards


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Sub Classification

Current Status

in progress








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