The vast majority of respondents and impacted residents* agree with the proposed speed humps as they feel it will slow traffic
Smaller proportions of respondents feel it will make the road safer (4%) and force drivers to adhere to the speed limit (2%)
*Caution should be taken interpreting these results due to a small base
Why do you agree with the traffic calming on Talbot Road?
Base: Respondents who agree – total sample (272) | Residents of Bramble, Shanklin, Ventnor, and Talbot Roads (14*) *Caution small base
This chart shows why respondents agree with the traffic calming on Talbot Road:
91% of total respondents and 86% of impacted residents feel it will slow traffic
8% of total respondents and 36% of impacted residents agree for other reasons
This table shows other reasons why respondents agree with the traffic calming on Talbot Road:
4% feel it will make the road safer
2% feel it forces drivers to adhere to the speed limit
1% feel it is good for cyclists
1% feel it should discourage drivers from using the road as a rat run
1% agree for other reasons
Responses for 'other'
Will make the road safer
Forces drivers to adhere to the speed limit
Good for cyclists
Should discourage drivers from using the road as a rat run
Key quotes from impacted residents
“Putting in one-way roads will encourage the cars to drive faster, this helps slow them back down. Will enable you to have bikes going the opposite direction.”
“Would maybe encourage motorists to use more suitable alternative routes.”
“It might be possible to turn out of Bramble Road safely – very dangerous at any time due to poor visibility.”
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