Havering Council have released a proposal to reduce speed limits on country roads. In the Public Consultation Letter they state:
We are proposing to reduce the speed limits and introduce minor safety measures to slow traffic on a number of roads that are listed in an attachment to this letter. There have been a total of 63 personal injury accidents including one death on these roads over a five year period.
The Government and Transport for London have set targets for 2020 to reduce killed or serious injury accidents (KSIs) by 40%, child KSIs by 50%, pedestrian and cyclist KSI’s by 50% from the average number of casualties for 2005-09. Our proposals will help to meet these targets.
The Proposed roads are:
|Road Names||Existing Speed Limits||Proposed Speed Limits||Wards|
|Berwick Pond Road||60||40||Upminster Rainham & Wennington|
|East Hall Lane||60||30||Rainham & Wennington|
|Fen Lane (Part)||30/60||30||Upminster|
|Gerpins Lane||60||40||Upminster Rainham & Wennington|
|Launders Lane||60||40||Rainham & Wennington|
|Little Gerpins Road||60||40||Upminster Rainham & Wennington|
|Nags Head Lane
|Park Farm Road||50||40||Upminster|
|St Mary’s Lane (Part)||30/40/50/60||30/40||Upminster|
|Tomkyns Lane||60||30||Harold Wood|
|30/60||30/40||Rainham & Wennington|
|Warley Street (Part)||50/60||40||Upminster|
|Warley Road||40/60||40||Harold Wood|
|Warwick Lane||60||40||Upminster Rainham & Wennington|
Before a decision is made on implementing our plans, you have the opportunity to comment, which should be in writing to;
The Principal Engineer
Romford RM1 3BB.
or by email to email@example.com
Comments should reach them by Friday 2 June 2017.
The decision on the scheme will made through the Highways Advisory Committee process. The responses to this consultation will be discussed at the committee’s meeting on 4 July 2017 at 7:30pm in Havering Town Hall, Main Road, Romford.