Maybe not, but isn't highways that dictate the use of speed bumps on minor roads, that's the councils "job".raefil;n3396872 said:Hopefully to slow certain drivers down.
On a different note speed bumps cause people with spinal problems major issues.
Highways are nothing to do with Preston City Council.
My advise for you is keep well away from Cottam Way, no way will your back survive that stretch of roadLostinSpace;n3397056 said:There was a story on the BBC News a while back saying that speed bumps were being phased out which is great news imo. Apparently they cause people to use more fuel due to breaking and reaccelerating.
Any speed restriction which forces you to drive below the speed limit is plain stupid.
....and I have a bad back, speed bumps have given me extreme pain and more problems in the past. Result being, I drive ridiculously slowly over them which really pisses people off who are behind me.
Strongbow, I agree with you there, but if you have travelled down Cottam Way recently you would find it almost undrivableStrongbow;n3397247 said:
Anyone know why certain stretches of Hoyles Lane have been painted green?Roger Mellie;n3397297 said:I don't know which idiot at the council/highway agency agreed to the closure of Hoyles Lane at the same time as roadworks on Cottom Way and Sidgreaves Lane both with temporary traffic lights which don't change sequence for over 5 minutes. Its a bloody joke for anyone going towards Springfields or Bartle
I drive a BMW and can confirm I am not a bell end... I'm all for speed bumps in residential areasStrongbow;n3397247 said: