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We, the undersigned, petition the Council to Implement traffic calming measures around the Burlington Road area of Withington

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We call on the MCC to update and improve the modelling and calming of residential areas around Burlington Road, Brunswick Road and Parsonage Road to improve safety of all users as well as drivers and passengers following a number of collisions.

We support this work being informed by locations of collisions not only where people have previously been killed and seriously injured, and where vehicles have been damaged, but also throughout our residential areas. This work needs to focus on reducing speeds, increasing pro social behaviour and care by all road users, and disrupting rat running routes; all as a contribution to Manchester's ambition for Zero KSIs.

Submitted by D Woodhams
Open from 19 May 2017 to 17 Aug 2017
Signatures: 3   [Go to signatures]


Direct link to this e-petition: http://petitions.manchester.gov.uk/petitions.ti/burlingtontrafficcalming

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D Woodhams, the e-Petition Creator, joined by:

  1. Mr Conor Shanley on 25 May 2017
  2. Mr Will Mchugh on 25 May 2017

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