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Summary

  • Of those who agree with adding speed humps in Fawcett Road, the vast majority of respondents (and Fawcett Road residents*) feel this will slow traffic
  • Other reasons respondents agree with the proposal include making the road safer and reducing those using Fawcett Road as a shortcut – the same as for Sutherland Road
  • Specifically, respondents also feel this will help with speeding at the bend in Fawcett Road, which many feel is dangerous

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

Why do you agree with the speed humps on Fawcett Road?

Base: Respondents who agree – total sample (241) | Fawcett Road residents (11*) *Caution small base

This chart shows why respondents agree with the proposed speed humps on Fawcett Road:
95% of total respondents and 91% of Fawcett Road residents feel they will slow traffic
10% of total respondents and 18% of Fawcett Road residents agree for other reasons

This table shows other reasons why respondents agree with the proposed speed humps on Fawcett Road
They feel they will make the road safer
They feel they should reduce those using Fawcett Road as a short cut or reduce congestion
They feel the bend in Fawcett Road is dangerous for speeding
They feel they are necessary
They feel they will make the road better for cyclists
They work well elsewhere

wdt_ID Responses for 'other'
1 Will make the road safer
2 Should reduce those using Fawcett Road as a short cut/ reduce congestion
3 The bend in Fawcett Road is dangerous for speeding
4 Necessary
5 Will make the road better for cyclists
6 Works well elsewhere

 

Key quotes from Fawcett Road residents

“Stop cars speeding through at 30, 40mph.”

“Might deter people taking short cuts.”