Parish Council addressing speeding in Gilberdyke

The Parish Council take the issue of speeding in Gilberdyke very seriously.

The Council reported an issue with speeding on Staddlethorpe Broad Lane and, in conjunction with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Road Safety team, have installed a Speed Information Device there for around a month as a prompt to remind drivers of the 30 mph limit on that road.

The Council will continue to work to find ways to tackle the issue of speeding, both inside and outside Gilberdyke village. You can help by reporting speeding when you observe it through a mechanism set up jointly with Humberside Police:

The Council will also be considering, at their meeting in September, utilising the Community Speed Watch scheme. Community Speed Watch allows residents, particularly those in rural communities, to become police-trained volunteers monitoring vehicle speeds in their communities, with the aim of changing the behaviour of some road users who drive above the speed limit.

If you would be interested in becoming involved please use the contact form below:

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