Bromley Heath - Quakers Road/Oakdale Road/Four Acre Road/Cleeve Park Road area - Proposed 20mph Speed Limit
Concerns have been raised by the school and local residents about both the volume and speed of rat running traffic in the Quakers Road area. An investigation carried out in 2014 recommended implementation of a 20mph speed limit to address excess speed and make rat running less attractive.
The purpose of the scheme is to reduce traffic speeds in the Quaker Road area to discourage rat running traffic and make the roads more pedestrian and cycle friendly.
The proposed scheme is to reduce the speed limit from 30 mph to 20 mph.
The following roads are affected by this scheme:-
Please see the consultation documents/drawings for more information.
The drawings showing the proposals are available directly via the links on this page or in the consultation documents section below.
To tell us your views you can: Respond to the Questionnaire
Responses to the consultation will not be accepted in any other format.
By answering the questions you can indicate your support for the proposals or if you do not agree with the scheme in any way, then please state why not and indicate your preferred solution.
The questionnaire should take approximately 5 minutes.
Responses are only accepted in the form of the questionnaire, however if you have any questions or feel you need to submit any supporting information other than what you have provided in the questionnaire you can email or write to the addresses provided below:
Email: Transport Services
Write to: FREEPOST RTXL-YJXJ-BXEX , South Gloucestershire Council, Bromley Heath 20mph, Design & Operations team, Council offices, Badminton Road, Yate, BRISTOL, BS37 5AF
The closing date for comments is the 27 June 2018
This consultation has now closed, feedback on the consultation is now available.
5 Jun 2018 at 00:00
27 Jun 2018 at 23:59
27 Jul 2018
Summary of Results
|Consultation Topic||Local highways and transportation projects|
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If you have any questions or would like to make any comments, please contact:
South Gloucestershire Council,
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Tel: 01454 868601