Speed limit in Langford's Lane Hallatrow
Reported via desktop in the Road sign damage category anonymously at 16:57, Wednesday 5 May 2021
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 2708606.
There are new road signs in the lane which suggest the speed limit is 60mph. This cannot be right. It is a single track lane with properties on both sides. It is popular with cyclists, joggers and dog walkers and is regularly used by large farm machinery. There is going to be a nasty accident sometime soon unless something is done about the excess speed of certain vehicles travelling along the lane.
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State changed to: In progress
Posted by Systems Team at 16:57, Wednesday 5 May 2021
Would you please do something about the excessive speed some drivers are travelling at down Langfords Lane? It seems to be school run time at the moment and there are vehicles up and down the lane travelling way too fast in both directions. This lane is just not suitable for such traffic and something needs to be done about it before someone is seriously hurt. Why don't you consider speed humps in the lane to slow the traffic down and make the lane for access only? You have to do something, and soon please.
Posted anonymously at 08:51, Wednesday 19 May 2021
Drivers are still travelling at excessive speed along Langford's Lane Hallatrow. Please, please, please do something about it before someone or something gets seriously hurt or even killed As previously suggested, speed bumps would sort the problem out.
Posted anonymously at 17:49, Thursday 10 June 2021
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State changed to: Fixed
Posted by Systems Team at 09:39, Wednesday 11 August 2021
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