ePetition details

Cheney Street Traffic Calming Measures

We the undersigned petition Hillingdon Council to Re-evaluate the current, ineffective, traffic calming measures on Cheney Street. In particular further measures are felt necessary at the blind corner near the River Pinn and the stretch of road between this corner and the junction with Cuckoo Hill.

As this stretch of road has no footpaths and there are numerous times cars are speeding along this section with disregard for pedestrians and cyclists, we feel that more traffic calming or control measures are necessary. There has been an increase in pedestrian activity with the pandemic lock downs and as residents we have been witness to speeding cars, aggressive driving and plenty of near misses. It is time something is done before there is an injurious accident or a fatality.

On reaching 100 signatures it will be formally considered by the Council and relevant Cabinet Member. Local ward Councillors will also be made aware of the petition. The Council's Democratic Services Team will keep the lead petitioner updated on progress.

This ePetition ran from 17/06/2021 to 17/09/2021 and has now finished.

113 people signed this ePetition.

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