RESIDENTS in Panter Crescent are to be consulted on proposals to install road humps to cut traffic speed on the street.
A recent survey of all the Twenty’s Plenty areas in Angus showed that at a number of sites, recorded speeds exceeded the recommended speed within the guidance for an advisory 20mph area. These sites were further investigated to look at additional speed reduction measures.
Angus Council is proposed to introduce 75mm high-road humps and a 28-day consultation period with affected residents and road users runs until Friday, March 29.
Questionnaires have already been sent to residents and the survey is available on the ‘Have Your Say’ section of the council’s website at www.angus.gov.uk/hys.