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New chicanes are dangerous at Chew Stoke end of Wallycourt Road

Reported via desktop in the Road sign damage category anonymously at 12:17, Tuesday 24 May 2022

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 3547448.

I have to regularly use this road and since the new roadworks have been completed I have had several near misses on the speed chicane at the Chew Stoke end of Wallycourt road.

The chicanes are frankly dangerous - you are forced to go on the wrong side of the road on a blind bend. It is an unbelievably bad design - drivers coming both ways can't see each other and I nearly had a crash with a motorcycle last week here.

You can, in the space of just a few weeks, see skid marks by the chicanes. This is an accident waiting to happen

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  • Thank you for this report. We will review the details and carry out an inspection of the site if required.

    State changed to: In progress

    Posted by Systems Team at 12:17, Tuesday 24 May 2022

  • We've looked into this report and are investigating the issue.
    We will update this report once we decide what action to take.

    State changed to: Investigating

    Posted by Systems Team at 12:58, Tuesday 31 May 2022

  • Thank you for your enquiry regarding the traffic calming installed on Walley Lane over the Chew Valley dam.

    The chicane on the bend at the Chew Stoke side of the dam requires drivers to give way to oncoming traffic, with signage being provided accordingly.

    The Council has now had a Stage 3 Road Safety Audit carried out, which audits the completed scheme on site. The findings of the audit are being reviewed and recommendations will be actioned where appropriate.

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 13:07, Tuesday 31 May 2022

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