STOKE GIFFORD - Braydon Avenue - Proposed Raised Speed Table
The Southern Brooks Area Forum has funded a scheme to remove the existing chicane priority narrowing and replace it with a raised speed table. The scheme is programmed for implementation during the 2014/2015 financial year.
Purpose of Scheme
The purpose of the scheme is to provide less conflict on the road between motor vehicles. The advantage of a raised speed table is they are one of the most effective traffic calming measures in reducing vehicle speeds. Motor vehicles are more likely to travel at slower speeds over a raised speed table.
The disadvantage of the current traffic calming measure (chicane priority narrowing) is that motor vehicles with priority are not required to reduce their speed and motor vehicles without priority are not required to reduce their speed if there is no oncoming vehicle approaching.
Details of scheme
The council proposes to remove the existing chicane priority narrowing and replace it with a raised speed table in the same location. As part of the scheme dropped kerbs and tactile paving will be installed to provide pedestrians with an improved informal crossing facility.
Please view the consultation documents below before responding to this consultation.
Have your say
Write to: FREEPOST RTCT-JXLE-EET, South Gloucestershire Council, Braydon Avenue, Stoke Gifford – Raised speed table consultation, Design & Operations Team, Civic Centre, High Street, Kingswood, BRISTOL, BS15 9TR
Please make your comments by 7th September 2014.
This consultation has now closed and we are analysing the results.
18 Aug 2014 at 00:00
7 Sep 2014 at 23:59
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