Of those who agree with the proposal, three quarters feel this will make the road less congested; 93% of impacted residents* particularly feel this way
Most respondents also feel this will be better for people to walk and cycle down Bramble Road
Other reasons respondents agree with making Bramble Road one way include making the road safer and reducing conflicts
*Caution should be taken interpreting these results due to a small base
Why do you agree with making Bramble Road one-way?
Base: Respondents who agree – total sample (254) | Residents of Bramble, Shanklin, Ventnor, and Talbot Roads (15*) *Caution small base
This chart shows why respondents agree with making Bramble Road one-way:
75% of total respondents and 93% of impacted residents feel it will make the road less congested
65% of total respondents and 53% of impacted residents feel it will be better for people to walk and cycle
11% % of total respondents and 13% of impacted residents agree for other reasons
This table shows other reasons why respondents agree with making Bramble Road one-way
6% feel it will make the road safer, such as for school children or for cyclists
2% feel it will reduce conflicts on the road
1% feel it should reduce speeding/ slow traffic down
1% think more traffic calming should be added or the one-way should be extended to surrounding roads
1% think it will reduce pollution
1% agree for other reasons
Responses for 'other'
Will make the road safer (e.g. for school children, for cyclists)
Will reduce conflicts on the road
Should reduce speeding/ slow traffic down
Add more traffic calming/ extend one-way to surrounding roads
Will reduce pollution
Key quotes from impacted residents
“It would probably be safer for the young children from the school.”
“Because of continuous anti social behaviour from drivers on the junction of Bramble Rd. and Talbot Rd.”
“Less congestion a good idea, it can be chaos on the school runs.”
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