Traffic Calming for Horley Row, Lee Street and Mill Lane

We are campaigning for traffic calming on Horley Row, Lee Street and Mill Lane. Many residents have reached out to us to raise the issue of heavy traffic and excessive speeds on the road. Lee Street, Horley Row and Mill Lane is a residential road, it is not an A road or even a B road, but it is seeing traffic levels similar to these types of main roads. We are looking to find out if residents would support some measures to try to reduce speeds and traffic volumes. If you agree with this please sign our petition. The Liberal Democrats in Horley will then take this to Surrey County Council. Important Information: Research has shown that for roads where the average speed already exceeds 30mph, then 20mph limits only work with physical features, such as chicanes or mini roundabouts. As a result, when speeds are already above 24mph (as is the case with Horley Row / Lee Street / Mill Lane), Surrey County Council’s policy only allows for 20mph limits when accompanied by physical features.

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Would you support traffic calming measures on Horley Row, Lee Street and Mill Lane? If so, what sort of measures would you support?
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