EXTENDED: Feedback on proposed solutions for traffic calming and safety improvements on Cambridge Road, Hardwick

NB: This poll was closed due to the General Election but has now been reopened until midnight 24th December to be discussed in the January Parish Council meeting.

The Hardwick Parish Council requests your feedback on proposed traffic calming and road safety improvements identified in a project feasibility study as part of a possible application for the Local Highway Improvement (LHI) Initiative.

You can read the feasibility study here.

In particular note the proposed “optimum solution”:

Installation of 4 sets of 2 bolt down rubber speed cushions at intervals not
exceeding 100m on Cambridge Road . Proposed locations from detailed design but to include the area covered by the advisory 20mph wig wags school safety zone with the first set south of the local shop to avoid issues related to on street parking. Include required hump warning signs as (4 no) on Cambridge Rd, Limes Rd and Egremont Rd.

Please indicate below if you are in favour of this proposal (YES, in favour; NO, against).

Are you in favour of the "Optimum Solution" proposed in the feasibility study?

  • NO (73%, 141 Votes)
  • YES (27%, 53 Votes)

Total Voters: 194

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If you would prefer not to submit an answer online you may write to The Clerk:

Gail Stoehr (Mrs)
Clerk to Hardwick Parish Council
30 West Drive
Highfields Caldecote
Cambridge
CB23 7NY

Please note that this poll will close at midnight on 18th November 2019 to allow for analysis of results before the November parish council meeting.