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We, the undersigned, petition the Council to Improve traffic calming measures around Whalley Range and surrounding areas.

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We feel that current traffic calming measures are insufficient to prevent racing and speeding cars at night time, particularly in the summer months. There is seemingly an increase in noisy speeding cars in the areas, both on the main roads and some of the back streets, which is dangerous for pedestrians and a nuisance for residents of all ages. We call on you to monitor, research and improve the traffic calming measures taken in M16 and include a wider and more effective range of methods including chicanes and speed bumps.

Submitted by maev
Open from 27 Jun 2018 to 21 Sep 2018
Signatures: 330   [Go to signatures]


Direct link to this e-petition: http://petitions.manchester.gov.uk/petitions.ti/speedingm16

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maev, the e-Petition Creator, joined by:

  1. Ms Fola Agbalaya on 16 Jul 2018
  2. Ms Tania Tailor on 16 Jul 2018
  3. Mr Paul Bastock on 16 Jul 2018
  4. Mr Matthew Charles Meldon on 15 Jul 2018
  5. Mr Jas SAN on 14 Jul 2018
  6. Mr Nick Garner on 12 Jul 2018
  7. Mr Stephen Chipp on 12 Jul 2018
  8. Ms Julie Barton on 11 Jul 2018
  9. Miss Helen Beaman on 11 Jul 2018
  10. Mrs Rowena McGrath on 11 Jul 2018
This is the list of the 10 most recent signatures. View all 330 signatures