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Cars Speeding, traffic calming or 20mph limit required

Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 17:51, Sun 1 October 2017

Sent to Wirral Borough Council 5 minutes later

Mobberley Way traffic increased due to alternative route to Poulton Lancelyn Shops (Car park reduced in size). Cars speeding in residential area, witness several near misses with pedestrians and road has 55m part when parking reduces road to single lane. Pavement at Junction with Poulton Road heavily used particularly at School time as is area leading to Mobberley Court with families walking to and from Poulton Lancelyn School.

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  • Gosh, I reported this problem to the council as growing when the MHA flats were built, as a previous resident of Parnell Rd, we watched little ones enjoying first 'solo trips' to the sweet shop, with someone just behind! They suddenly had to pass the gauntlet of the entrance to the new flats, with overfast cars editing, I've nearly been hit as a pedestrian and driver. Mobberley is always a single lane road, with illegal parking at the junction to Poulton Road end, there's white lines in the 'middle' rightly at the junction. Parking? Busy shops, big doctors practice, bar, flats, sheltered housing, there is just not enough parking, a continual failing of council planning, where is it going to go? Stags is plagued by non-customer cars.....

    Posted by Paul H at 20:42, Thu 5 October 2017

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 18:24, Mon 30 October 2017

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 19:18, Tue 28 November 2017

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