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Summary

  • Respondents disagree with adding speed humps on Sutherland Road as they mostly feel it will not make any difference (44%), or because it will be noisy (26%). Respondents also feel the speed humps will cause damage to cars (16%)
  • Other reasons respondents disagree with the speed humps include feeling they are unnecessary (9%), will cause pollution (8%), or will cause traffic/ congestion (8%)
  • Just one Sutherland Road resident gave reasons for disagreeing with the speed humps – feeling they will be inconvenient and cause conflict

Why do you disagree with the speed humps on Sutherland Road?

Base: Respondents who disagree – total sample (86)

This chart shows why respondents disagree with the proposed speed humps on Sutherland Road:
44% feel it won’t make any difference
26% feel it will be noisy
16% feel it will cause damage to cars
5% do not want it outside their house
47% disagree for other reasons

This table shows other reasons why respondents disagree with the proposed speed humps on Sutherland Road:
9% feel they are unnecessary
8% feel they will cause pollution
8% feel they will cause traffic/ congestion
7% feel they will be inconvenient and/or dangerous, especially to cyclists
7% are generally against speed humps
5% think other traffic calming measures should be used instead, such as one-way roads, speed cameras, or road narrowing
5% disagree for other reasons

wdt_ID Responses for 'other' Percentage (%)
1 Unnecessary 9
2 Will cause pollution 8
3 Will cause traffic/ congestion 8
4 Inconvenient and/or dangerous (especially to cyclists) 7
5 Generally against speed humps 7
6 Use other traffic calming measures instead (e.g. one-way, speed cameras, road narrowing) 5
7 Other 5

 

Key quote from Sutherland Road resident

“It will cause more arguments, frustrated motorists and difficulty manoeuvring.”