Traffic action group to reveal survey results at public meeting
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The public are invited to attend a meeting to reveal the results of a traffic survey.
Sidbury Traffic Action Group (STAG) is hosting a meeting in which the results of a traffic survey will be announced.
The survey focused on electronic speed and traffic movement and was part of ongoing concerns over drivers not sticking to the enforced speed limits.
Also at the meeting, the group will discuss the establishment of a speed watch group that will work in conjunction with the police.
There will be information about the group’s recent discussions with Devon County Council.
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Finally, the group will reveal where it will go next in their pursuit for 20mph flashing signs.
The group launched a campaign in April urging people to ‘kill their speed and not villagers’.
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Members of the group have concerns with cars breaking the speed limits in the town.
The meeting will take place in Sidbury Village Hall on November 21 at 2 and 7pm.