Date of Meeting:
Resident Centre Galon Uchaf at 5pm.
Location of Concern:
Resident Centre Galon - Uchaf
Residents of First Avenue raised concerns over Traffic Calming measure for the street.
Several residents attended the pact meeting along with several young children.
Councillor David Isaac has written to the local Council authorities for a meeting with the highways officer.
- >> Hand held speed gun success - 23/08/2012
- Since conducting several traffic calming scoping exercises in First Avenue and surrounding area's, residents are pleased with action taken to date.
- >> Traffic Officer assists scoping exercise - 13/07/2012
On Wednesday 11th July PC Evans of the roads policing unit assisted with traffic calming measures in the Galon Uchaf area.
Motorist’s were flashing on coming traffic to warn of police ahead, this was the order of the day, Maximum speed of vehicles on Galon Uchaf road was18 mph. although no drivers were spoken to, Pc Evans said "the message is getting through" he is happy to assist community officers in making the roads safe in the Galon Uchaf area with the School Holidays starting next week.
- >> Scoping exercise conducted. - 10/07/2012
Today I visited the area and carried out a scoping exercise with the hand held speed camera, this was conducted on Galon Uchaf Road, Fourth Avenue and First Avenue.
Residents were reassured that this exercise will continue throughout the month at various times of the day.
- >> Local visit - 06/07/2012
- An area visit was carried out through out the day, very quite at that time, local councillor's have taken this problem on board, also keeping the reporting person updated.
What we did
The neighbourhood policing team have worked with partnership agencies such as road camera safety unit and other specialist policing departments ie traffic officers in focusing on this priority.
We have also been present carrying out scoping exercises with the hand held speed camera, warning drivers, with the school holidays upon us, to be mind full of their speed within the ward.
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