Speed cameras on A13 stretch passing by Aberfeldy village and reduce speed limit

Speed cameras on A13 stretch passing by Aberfeldy village and reduce speed limit

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Imad Kourde started this petition to Transport For London and

We the undersigned petition Tansport for London to
1. Install speed cameras on East India Dock road (A13) stretch passing by Aberfeldy Village,
2. Reduce the speed limitation in line with the initiative taken in central London congestion charge area to increase pedestrians and drivers safety.

The first request is of utmost necessity given the appalling number of cars and motorbikes not respecting the current speed limitation. Residents are witnessing car accidents on a daily basis. Those incidents happen on both ends of the stretch (and both ways of the road).
There are two points where pedestrians can cross the road and many have been close to being run over by vehicles either not respecting the traffic light or speeding.
There is a traffic light in the middle of the stretch for pedestrians to cross but many drivers don't stop at the red light putting people's life in jeopardy. When crossing, the speed of cars and possibility of them not respecting the traffic light is terrifying.

The second request follows the initiative taken by TfL to increase drivers’ and pedestrians’ safety and to reduce carbon pollution. Aberfeldy village is an area in expansion and the inhabitants have to cross that road to join the DLR to commute to work or school or simply to do their grocery shopping risking to be hit by a car or a lorry on a daily basis. The Tower Hamlets council town hall is across this road.
The number of residents will at least double with the new developments being built and risk will soar. Moreover most residents are young families with young children. On your website we can read that someone hit at 30mph is five times more likely to die than if hit at 20mph. Also, it has been shown to reduce speeds by 9mph in several boroughs which consequently decreases injuries.

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