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Bert Bremner, city council cabinet member for environment and sustainable development, said: “This will reduce the speed of drivers on the approach, meaning both cyclists and vehicles will be clearly visible to each other.It should address the cause of a number of accidents, which were primarily due to speed and people failing to give way.“The committee, made up of city and county councillors, will decide tomorrow whether to go ahead with the scheme.• What do you think of the scheme?
But that has led to temporary 30mph speed limits being put in place, which have been the target of criticism from some drivers.They have questioned why the temporary limits are needed when, at times, there has been no work going on and no construction workers on site.There was also criticism of Norfolk Constabilary’s use of mobile speed cameras close to the temporary limit zone on the A140 near Norwich International Airport.And Norfolk County Council says, having listened to the criticism, it would have a rethink over whether the length of the temporary speed limits could ne reduced on the A140, A1067, B1150 and B1151 roads.The proposed changes at Catton Grove Road/Woodcock Road, would see zebra crossings for cyclists and pedestrians installed at all four approaches to the roundabout.The middle of the roundabout would be made smaller and footpaths around the roundabout would be widened so they could be used by pedestrians and cyclists, with council officers worried seven people on bicycles have been hurt in crashes at the location over the past five years.
Council officers had hoped to introduce a roundabout with fully segregated cycle lanes around it, but that Dutch-style roundabout was not possible, as land belonging to nearby homes would have had to be bought.So, a variation in the design, with the shared footpaths/cycleways and shared zebra crossings - on raised tables - was put forward instead.The proposal would also see speed cushions in part of Catton Grove Road and extensions of 20mph speed limits along that road, between Lilburn Avenue and Angel Road.The changes have already been out for public consultation, with only eight responses.Four agreed, two objected and two made comments not directly relating to the proposals.The Norwich Cycling Campaign raised concerns, including that making the middle of the roundabout smaller would encourage traffic to go faster and the shared footpaths/cycleways create a new danger for cyclists when they rejoin the road just past the roundabout.