Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Proposed 20mph Schemes

The Town Council has been awarded a substantive grant from Wiltshire Council to implement two 20mph schemes in the North and South of Bradford on Avon. This is just part of a plan to link in with a new crossing point on Frome Road by the canal bridge and other pedestrian safety measures being planned.

Detailed maps can be viewed at the council offices or by clicking the links below:

North Ward
South Ward

Cllr Pam Hyde, Chairman of 20mph Working Group
November 2016

Roads in the 20mph areas are:

North
Leigh Park Road 
Its complete length
Palmer Drive
Its complete length
Sladesbrook Close
Its complete length
Berryfield Road
Its complete length
Christchurch Road 
Its complete length
Huntingdon Street 
From its junction with B3108 Winsley Road for a distance of approximately 186m
Huntingdon Rise
Its complete length
Church Acre
Its complete length
       
                         
South
A363 St Margaret’s Street
From its junction with A363 Frome Road to its junction with A363 Trowbridge Road
St Margaret’s Hill 
Its complete length
Junction Road
Its complete length
U/C 826014 Road into Station
Its complete length
A363 / B3109 Frome Road
From its junction with St Margaret’s Street to its junction with Moulton Drive.
U/C 805912 Frome Road
Its complete length
U/C 826006 Frome Road
Its complete length
Jones Hill
From its junction with U/C 805912 Frome Road to a point 60m southwest of its junction with Southleigh.
Pound Lane 
Its complete length


Southleigh
Its complete length
Elms Cross Drive
Its complete length
Kennet Gardens
Its complete length
Poulton
Its complete length
Regents Place
Its complete length
Upper Regents Park
Its complete length
St Laurence Road
Its complete length
Downavon
Its complete length
Avon Close
Its complete length
Greenland View
Its complete length
Culver Road
Its complete length
Kingston Avenue
Its complete length
Avonfield Avenue
Its complete length
Loddon Way
Its complete length
Widbrook View
Its complete length
Southville Road
Its complete length
Southville Close
Its complete length
St Aldhelm Road
Its complete length
Mythern Meadow
Its complete length




5 comments:

  1. Do you have a map view of the proposed limits?

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    1. There are links above or you can view maps in the Town Council offices window.

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  2. Yes - thank you - I saw them after I pressed publish - sorry! On the maps themselves ... are the red lines also going to be 20mph, or are they remaining at 30mph?

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  3. I see. Thank you. Personally, I'd like to see St Margaret's St and the Town Bridge at 20mph too. :)

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