Yes I’d very much welcome a 20mph zone.
This is almost self policing at peak times along Heol Isaf , but excessive speeds off peak times will still take place , as they do now all across Radyr What are the plans( if any) to enforce the speed limit ?
Great proposal and well done to those who have campaigned so effectively to get thus far.
What a rubbish Survey.
It disappeared while I was checking the accident statistics for Radyr (there have been 7 in the 5 year period between 2014 & 2019), so I clicked on it again and answered all the questions only to find it hasn't been allowed as I had already started one. I didn't get chance to finish the first one.
Thank you, Brian. I'm sorry that you were unable to complete the survey. We received 454 responses - and you can see the results, here: https://www.radyrandmorganstown.org/news/radyr-and-morganstown-residents-support-a-20mph-zone
Notwithstanding your difficulty with this exercise, I think that conducting these surveys is a positive step in ensuring that local residents can express their views about a wide range of matters that affect the community.
The closing date for this survey has been incorrectly stated as 31st January in the Radyr Chain. Disappointing that views can't be put across as suggested. I agree 20mph should be the norm in close proximity to schools but I feel it is naive to suggest this should be implemented across the area, which would only contribute to congestion and pollution
Thank you, Nas. The survey closed earlier today. We had to close it in order to prepare and send the results to Cardiff Council by the end of their consultation period (which is today). You can see the survey results here: https://www.radyrandmorganstown.org/news/radyr-and-morganstown-residents-support-a-20mph-zone
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