10:05AM, Friday 27 January 2012
The Royal Borough recommended police retain all 26 fixed speed camera sites and step up use at the 20 mobile sites at a meeting last night.
Members also agreed to carry out a public consultation on the future of Town Moor in response to a petition handed in by concerned residents. More than 200 had protested about changes made in 2008/09 and the prospect of a temporary road running through grassland becoming permanent.
Residents will be asked their views about what they want to see happen to trees and wild flower meadows on the moor in four weeks time.
Councillors also gave their support to traffic and parking management plans by LOGOC for Windsor and Maidenhead, but raised concerns about park and ride and shuttle bus opening times.
See more about the meeting in next week's Advertiser and Express.
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