Speeding is one of the most common issues raised at village meetings. It concerns most people whether you're a pedestrian walking along a village road, a cyclist or someone simply trying to get out of their driveway! Not only does speeding make the roads in our villages feel more dangerous, it also reduces the quality of rural life.
Speeding is one the main factors in fatal road accidents (Department for Transport ‘Think' Campaign website).
More than half of fatal road accidents in Britain occur on country roads. (Reported Road casualties Great Britain 2015, Department for Transport 2015 table RAS30006)
SAVID aims to hold four meetings per year. The Chairperson and location of the meeting will be on a rotating Parish Council village member basis, with different villages hosting and chairing the scheduled meetings in turn. The SAVID Meetings Rota can be viewed here.
The next scheduled meeting location and date details can be found in the calendar on the left side of this page and the latest meeting agenda can be found here.
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