Raunds Community Speedwatch

Raunds has been selected to take part in the 2019 Community Speed Watch programme and will be paired with Ringstead

Volunteers will be provided with training on Sat 23rd March in Northampton

The speed device and associated equipment will be delivered to Raunds on 30th March and will then be exchanged with Ringstead on alternative weeks over a 6 week period where it will be handed back on 11th May

4 thoughts on “Raunds Community Speedwatch

  • 13th January 2019 at 11:54 am
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    Without doubt Chelveston Road should be included. The majority of traffic is doing 40-50mph including the HGV’s. Some traffic is certainly doing 50-60mph.

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  • 18th January 2019 at 11:03 am
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    I dont think they do any good,People soon get back up to speed as soon as they have gone! I have an idea for speed limits and it would work!I have a speed limiter in my car,you set it to the speed you want,its as simple as that! a great idea,all it needs is to have a system that would activate it from speed limit signs,Job done,I have been saying it would work for years.but like a lot of other things its two simple so it wont be done.

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