Speed Humps and Footpaths Should be Used

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Road design regulations and guidelines should allow the use of a wide range of engineering treatments to effectively manage speed. These include treatments designed to:
– slow vehicles down, through the use of speed humps or raised platforms at pedestrian crossings.
– allow for separation of vulnerable road users, such as footpaths for pedestrians or bicycle lanes for cyclists.

Source: GRSP Speed Fact Sheet

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