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  • Respondents who would make some changes to the speed humps proposed on Fawcett Road would like it somewhere else (28%), such as along Lawrence Road, down Chetwynd Road, or either side of the Darlington Road junction on Fawcett Road
  • Fawcett Road residents* would most like more speed humps along the road (71%)
  • Respondents also suggest leaving space for bikes to pass (15%), using other traffic calming too (10%), or giving more focus to the junctions on Fawcett Road (10%)

*Caution should be taken interpreting these results due to a small base

Please explain why you agree – but with some changes to the speed humps on Fawcett Road?

Base: Respondents who agree, but with some changes – total sample (39) | Fawcett Road residents (7*) *Caution small base

This chart shows why respondents agree, but with some changes, to the proposed speed humps on Fawcett Road:
28% of total respondents and 14% of Fawcett Road residents would like it somewhere else
26% of total respondents and 71% of Fawcett Road residents would like more speed humps along the road
15% of total respondents would like space to be left for bikes to pass
10% of total respondents and 14% of Fawcett Road residents would like other traffic calming too
10% of total respondents and 14% of Fawcett Road residents would like more focus on junctions
5% of total respondents express concern that this will push traffic onto adjacent roads
5% of total respondents say there are already speed humps on Fawcett Road
5% of total respondents agree but with some changes for other reasons

Key quotes from Fawcett Road residents

“Between Fawcett Inn roundabout and Talbot junction there should be at least one more additional speed ramp.”

“More humps, junction with Darlington and Wheatstone. Otherwise bad drivers will accelerate to make up for the seconds they lost.”

“Additional traffic calming in other streets west and east of Fawcett Road – Jessie Road, Stansted Road, Percy Road, Lawson Road.”