SAM2 & Speedwatch Reports

Speed Data

Speed Awareness Monitoring (SAM)

In response to community concerns regarding speeding in the village the Parish Council purchased a SAM2 vehicle activated sign in 2015. The Sign has been upgraded to incorporate a data module and record speed and date/time data (not registrations or any other specific details that would identify vehicles or drivers) to make fuller use of it and produce evidence to support perceptions.

This new tool will enable the council to analyse data and over time build a picture of where speeding occurs and when there are patterns. This will be used to inform the Norfolk Constabulary and NCC Road Safety partnership so that the issues can be focused on with evidence.

Ultimately this is about safety for the community. Remember even a few mph makes a difference; braking from 32mph would mean you would still be travelling at about 11mph when you hit child at the recognised 23m(75ft) braking distance for 30mph, increase that speed to 35mph and you hit that child 23m away at 18mph… a few mph won’t get you home or to work much quicker but it could save serious injury or death and a life-time of regret. Most accidents happen near home, so we can do our bit whilst also targeting commercial and visitor traffic.

The 85th Percentile is an important set of data when it comes to implementing successful speed  management.  What does the 85th percentile mean?

SAM 2 Reports

SAM2 Report PF -A1122 Feb 22

Dec 21

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Aug 21

Jun 21

Mar 2021

Jan 2021

Community Speedwatch Reports

Date Location No of Speeders Max Speed
12-Dec-20 Springfield Cl 11 52 mph
17-Dec-20 Bus Stop 7 40 mph
17-Dec-20 The Laurels 18 48 mph
11-Aug-21 4 45mph
12-Aug-21 17 46 mph
27-Aug-21 6 39 mph
24-Sep-21 The Laurels 8 53 mph
09-Oct-21 Springfield Cl 4 38 mph
13-Nov-21 The Laurels 6 50 mph
21-Dec-21 The Laurels 19 50 mph
27-Feb-22 The Laurels 16 49 mph
12-Ma-22 Bus Stop 4 38 mph
30-Apr-22 Springfield Cl 8 42 mph