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Traffic Matters

Speed Indicator Device

The Parish Council owns two Speed Indicator Device's (SID's). The first was funded by the Parish Council and lights up a reminder of 30MPH when a vehicle approaches and is exceeding the limit. The second unit was purchased after securing funding from the Police Commissioners Office and lights up with a "smiley" or "sad" face when vehicles are speeding above the limit. The SID's are moved around various locations in the Parish every 2-3 weeks.

The Parish Council hopes that these reminders will help drivers be aware of their speed and be more considerate when passing through the villages in the Parish. 

The SID's record the number of vehicles which do break the speed limit and this data is collected monthly and reported at the Parish Council meetings and also used to assist in creating future traffic management policies in conjunction with Telford & Wrekin Council and the Police.

The most recent SID data collected and reported can be found here: