traffic calming measures
Petition to Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council
Traffic Lights needed on Knockmore Road Lisburn Urgently
Despite substantial building in the area developers have failed to deliver on promises to install Traffic lights at junctions on the Knockmore Road over a period of 10+years specifically the Ballinderry and Ballymacash junctions. Due to significant development the Brokerstown Road junction also requires traffic calming measures to be put in place. Please sign this petition instructing Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council (LCCC) to revoke planning permission and prevent any further building until the developers meet their legal obligations under Article 40 of their planning agreement. We can make a difference together! As I’m sure you are aware there have been numerous accidents, near misses and fatalities over the years on this extremely busy 50 mph road. As reported by the Ulster Star on 28th March 2017, Transport NI advised that developers are in breach of their Article 40 planning agreement that is the responsibility of the planning authority to enforce. This cannot be allowed to continue. Local residents are placed in an unsafe, dangerous situation. One more, accident, serious injury or death is one too many. There are plans to connect the Knockmore Road directly with Sprucefield (Knockmore Link Road) which will worsen traffic in the area significantly. Common sense dictates junctions must be improved first. LCCC has granted planning permission for a Bargains store to open in the old Down Road pub location which again will place more stress on the roads. Please take one minute to sign this petition to get action on this life or death matter. Click this link to read the full Ulster Star Article
Petition to John Cotton, Waheed Nazir
Support Road improvements to Tile Cross Road, Birmingham B33
Tile Cross Road, between the junctions of Bosworth Drive and Burleton Road is currently dangerous to both pedestrians and cars. Their needs to be an improvement on this set of junctions to prevent further accidents. There has been both traffic accidents and incidents of pedestrians being hit by cars. Many students from Shirestone Academy migrate onto Grace Academy and use this route to and from Grace Academy. The number of near misses is uncountable. As a very minimum there needs to be a Pedestrian Refuge or Zebra crossing with signs highlighting the danger. My son was hit by a car here in 2015, luckily he was left with only leg injuries and a wounded pride. Please sign this petition and let our Local Councillors know that something needs to be done ASAP.
Petition to Hon Mark Bailey
Please install "KEEP LEFT UNLESS OVERTAKING" signs on Queensland Motorways.
LETS MAKE THIS GO VIRAL. PLEASE SHARE ON YOUR OWN TIMELINES AND IN ALL RELEVANT GROUPS AND PAGES. It is clear that regular motorists on Queensland's Motorways need continuous reminders to "KEEP LEFT UNLESS OVERTAKING" due to the fact no one seems to be able to "KEEP LEFT UNLESS OVERTAKING". Not "KEEPING LEFT UNLESS OVERTAKING" causes people to UNDERtake in the left lanes which often contains slower moving traffic and increases the chances of a serious collision due to the greater discrepancy between the speeds the vehicles are travelling in the same lanes. This road rule has virtually zero enforcement particularly in South East Queensland with police often seen themselves being stuck behind someone NOT KEEPING LEFT UNLESS OVERTAKING and doing absolutely nothing about it despite it being a perfectly enforceable road rule - https://www.qld.gov.au/transport/safety/rules/road/left We call the Queensland State Government to install "KEEP LEFT UNLESS OVERTAKING" signs on all Queensland Motorways and for Queensland Police to better enforce this road rule for the sanity and safety of all people of Australia who frequently travel these roads. LETS MAKE THIS GO VIRAL. PLEASE SHARE ON YOUR OWN TIMELINES AND IN ALL RELEVANT GROUPS AND PAGES.
Petition to Stewart Macdonald of East Dunbartonshire Council
Newdyke Road Traffic Calming Measures
Every resident living within the Newdyke Road / Hillhead area and surroundings will obviously have come across speeding drivers every night driving well over the speed limit up and down this road. We all know what we call them when you hear and see them speeding. It was only a matter of time before something happened and of course the night of 10th August 2017 - it happened. Poor 10 year old Matthew knocked down by a speeding driver on Newdyke Road.We hope he is ok and wish him a speedy recovery. This is the second child that has been knocked down on this road in the last 2 weeks. Now something needs to be done along this stretch of Newdyke Road.Its lucky Matthew is alive but someday it could happen again and it could be your child lying on that road next time. That Newdyke Road needs Traffic calming measures put in place and maybe some way of taking the parked cars off the road. There is a school along this road with a football pitch where a lot of kids normally play,so by having the Traffic calming measures in place can justify that your kids will arrive home in one piece. Speed bumps-Speed cameras- extra signs- Chicanes, anything to slow down drivers along this road. If you know this area and seen the evidence yourself,please sign the petition.If you have children or grandchildren who play around this area then get signing.The more signatures the more EDC will be pressurised into carrying these measures out. If I get enough signatures, I will personally go to EDC myself and fight to have these measures put in. Even though this is the main bus route from Harestanes to Glasgow,it may stop any measures getting put into place but if the buses also slow down for speed bumps it can prevent any accidents as well. We need this happen now before someone gets killed.
Petition to Scott mann
Reduce the pollution in Camelford
As a community our lives are being blighted by the volume of traffic that is passing through our town,day and night. On 1st December 2004 everything was agreed after many years of wrangling to build a bypass around the town, but due to several blunders the monies were never forthcoming from government and the road was never built. This has never stopped us trying to get the bypass built but to date it seems to fall on deaf ears. Air quality has been monitored since 2010 to see how levels of NO2 compare to those set out in EU Regulations. When levels reach 40ug/m3 there is cause for concern, when levels reach 60ug/m3 there is "serious risk". The levels in our town are currently 62.1. We need as much help as we can get to have the bypass built to protect our health, our children's health, the environment, and our homes. We have several historic buildings in the town and the vibration from commercial vehicles is causing damage! So please lend us your support to protect our historic town.