Speeding

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Reported in the Road/highway category anonymously at 10:30, Wed 1 February 2017

Sent to Manawatu District Council 20 sec later.

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Churcher St is a long wide residential street that boarders a high school. Vehicles have a habit of speeding in excess of the required 50km/h down this street causing a safety risk to themselves, students, residents and their animals. Is there something to be done about the excess speeding of the cars? Lower speed limit? (I note there are no signs to reduce speed to 30km/h due to a school being present), speed bumps?

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Issues with speeding in urban streets is a matter for the Police to investigate and manage. I would suggest the matter is reported to the Police and a request made for the issue to be investigated. The Police will do the necessary. There are rules in place on how to behave around schools, more so when there are students wandering in and out of the school yard The suggestions of a speed bump and extra signage would be investigated by the Council's Roading Department.
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