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New Speed Bump

Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 21:41, Tuesday 10 July 2018

Sent to Windsor and Maidenhead Council 3 minutes later

The new speed bump has not been built to an acceptable standard and is damaging cars and bicycles.

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  • Matter has been reported to Highways - ref: HIR000133

    Posted by Windsor and Maidenhead Council at 13:50, Tuesday 24 July 2018

  • In denial regarding this bump, but I I’ll not spare the time to physically look at it themselves. Typical council, knowing they get away with damaging cars driving at the 20mph limit, and drivers can’t do anything about it.

    Posted anonymously at 22:47, Tuesday 7 August 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Update for HIR000133 - written 06.08.2018

    The engineer for this particular project confirms that the replacement road hump has been fully designed and constructed to the appropriate Department for Transport standards. The replacement road hump is however a different profile to the other road humps in the area, which have been in place for many years and would have settled due to the passage of traffic during this time.

    Hatch Lane is subject to a 20mph speed limit and the traffic calming features on the road have been introduced in order to encourage drivers to adhere to this speed limit. In the circumstances I can only suggest that drivers drive over the new road hump at a reduced speed, appropriate to this 20mph speed limit.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead at 18:24, Wednesday 15 August 2018

  • The bump has not been fixed, nor have they even looked at it. Taken the advice of someone who will say they made it properly!

    State changed to: Open

    Posted anonymously at 20:14, Wednesday 15 August 2018

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 23:51, Tuesday 4 September 2018

  • The advice given is: Don’t use the road or damage your car. Very mature from our counsellors. How shall I get to my house? They’ve now built further bumps that are the same and worse quality.

    Posted anonymously at 08:06, Wednesday 3 October 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Following an assessment of the road bumps on Hatch Lane last week, maintenance works are being undertaken along the road today.

    Posted by Windsor and Maidenhead Council at 15:25, Wednesday 3 October 2018

  • THIS IS NOT FIXED. They have sorted the latest bumps, which were just as bad as the original I was complaining about. The original bump I raised this complaint about has been ignored, and is still damaging cars and bicycles.

    Posted anonymously at 19:29, Tuesday 9 October 2018

  • Hello,

    Following our last update, The speed humps in Hatch Lane have been completely redone on the 3rd of October. Which original speed bump are you referring to? Can you please clarify its location.

    Kind regards. RBWM

    Posted by The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead at 11:02, Wednesday 10 October 2018

  • The one outside the new houses and St. John’s road, which is what I said in the first post, and I made the comment before those others were even built!

    Posted anonymously at 08:54, Wednesday 31 October 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • I will also add that due to all the car parking it is not possible to drive faster than 20mph anyway at this part of the road, so saying drive at the speed limit, when even 10mph is damaging cars, doesn’t really help!

    Posted anonymously at 08:59, Wednesday 31 October 2018

  • Afternoon,

    It has been re-iterated that the traffic calming measures (speed bumps) in St Johns Road and Hatch Lane are all within specifications in relation to current regulations. With regards to the speed limits, it is a maximum speed limit sign. This was there also prior to resurfacing taking place.

    I'm sorry we are unable to help further with this at this time.

    Kind regards,

    RBWM

    Posted by The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead at 16:20, Monday

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