Q8 analysis

Suggestions

Number

Traffic lights, especially at peak times

100

Parking restrictions, reduced parking and needs to be policed or disabled/residents parking only

78

No parking at all and/or a barrier to protect children and other pavement users

77

Traffic calming, signage indicating a school, flashing lights, priority one way signs

60

20 mph speed limit

24

Divert other traffic especially HGVs.  Possibly even ban them.  Deter commuters who use it as a rat run

22

Viewing/passing points to improve visibility, mirrors

21

Make Church Street one-way especially between 8-9.30 and 2.30-3.30

14

Drop off only zone and move the school entrance to the bottom of the drive way

11

Additional and/or improved crossing points.  The closest to the school should have a lollipop lady or be policed.

9

DON’T REMOVE parked cars as they provide a barrier for pedestrians and removing them would be potentially hazardous

7

Better roads and pavements and widen pavements

5

Get professional input to assess the issues.  See averytraffic.co.uk

4

Church car park/Residents car park

3

Better cycle paths, routes for pedestrians

3

No solution/Don’t know what to suggest/school is only 1 part of a general traffic problem

3

Introduce park and walk schemes with wardens every 200 yards

3

Make the High Street and Woolards Lane one-way

2

Designated parent/staff parking in the adjacent field/village/public house

2

Barriers to protect children, wider pavements

2

Short term parking only, between 8.00 and 17.00

2

Re-site the school

2

Move the parking to the opposite side of the road

2

Build a new road to bypass the school

2

Enforce parking restrictions

2

Traffic wardens to police parking

1

Earlier school drop off to spread the load

1

Make a mini roundabout at the junction of Whittlesford Road/Church Street and Bridge Street in Little Shelford

1

Give local children preferential placement for school/preschool

1

Encourage more walking/cycling by village children

1

 

 

 

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