03:00PM, Saturday 26 November 2016
A petition calling for the lowering of the speed limit on part of the B4447 in Cookham and adding in a crossing has been launched on the Royal Borough’s website.
It requests the stretch between Maidenhead Road and the railway bridge at the end of Cannondown Road to be lowered from 40mph because residents in Maidenhead Road and Southwood Gardens must cross there to get to shops, and young people must do so to get to Furze Platt Senior School.
More than 100 people have signed the petition, and the cut-off date is Wednesday, May 3 next year.
The petition’s creator, Anna Slater, wrote on the web page that with the limit having recently come down from 50mph, ‘cars are often travelling at some speed’.
She added: “30mph would also be a safer speed at which to approach the railway bridge.”
Visit petitions.rbwm.gov.uk to view the petition.
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