Traffic Enforcement Measures on the A52

Following the very serious recent accident our MP, Anna Soubry, has written to Jim O’Sullivan, Chief Executive of Highways England expressing grave concerns about the lack of any traffic enforcement measures on the A52 in Broxtowe. You can read the letter by clicking on this link.

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3 Responses to Traffic Enforcement Measures on the A52

  1. Ian Blakeley says:

    Note that Anna has omitted to point out that the residential properties to the left of the road between Bardills and the Sherwin have no access to the A52 from their gardens and that there is no footpath along either side of the carriageway. So in reality it is not residential at all.

  2. Steve Austin says:

    I have to agree with you there. The stretch between Bardills and the Sherwin is irrelevant and will dilute the key section of the A52 between the Sherwin and Piory roundabouts. You do need to consider the criteria for traffic enforcement cameras. Does the road meet them?

  3. Peter Lyons says:

    I totally agree with installing speed cameras on the stretch from Sherwin to the Proiry roundabouts, as a local resident I ofter cross the A52 using the traffic lights and I am risking my life every time as not all cars stop at red lights. Another aspect is excessive noise from racing cars and motor bikes which occurs both during day and night.
    I would also like to bring to your notice that the Sherwin Roundabout has 5 road junctions and because of the high speeds there has been many road traffic accidents in the past and am amazed that Right Light cameras are not used as they are the Nutall roundabout.

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