Territory And Municipal Services want to know what you think about the speed cushions they’ve laid down on Flinders Way between Murray Crescent and Mugga Way:
“The investigation showed that Flinders Way, between Murray Crescent and Mugga Way, carried around 6 300 vehicles per day with 15 per cent of motorists travelling at 63 kilometres per hour or more.”
Mr Gill added that these excessive speeds were found to be the main cause of accidents along the road, particularly those accidents near intersections.
“The findings of the investigation influenced our decision to install speed cushions which was a decision supported by local residents, who were informed of the proposed traffic calming measures by letterbox drop and were invited to provide feedback.”
Roads ACT will now evaluate the effectiveness of the speed cushions through data analysis and community feedback.
Sometime real soon there should be a new engagement for this added to time to talk.