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Traffic Calm Victoria Terrace

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As you may be aware, a few weeks back I lost a friend, and my friends lost a daughter due to a wreckless driver! I've created this petition to hopefully force the council into installing any kind of speed reduction / traffic calming along Victoria Terrace! This isn't the first incident of speeding on this route but it's certainly the most serious and COMPLETELY avoidable!
Please sign and support this!! Follow the link and click on 'VIEW CURRENT E-PETITIONS' 

http://www.northumberland.gov.uk/Councillors/Involve.aspx#petitioninformation

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I see that a double cable has been placed on three locations on Victoria Terrace. I believe these are for measuring vehicle speed as well as for measuring the volume of traffic. The results can be used as justification for lowering the speed limit or installing a speed camera so it may be that the petition for road humps will receive attention. Unfortunately a little too late for the family of Bethany however the efforts of hemsted85 and others should be commended.

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