Community Concern Sites
What is a Community Concern Site?
Community Concern Sites are mobile speed enforcement locations which have been requested by the local community. These sites may not have a collision history, but have a significant speeding problem to warrant enforcement before accidents happen.
Our enforcement programme must focus on Core Sites with the most serious casualty history. Community Concern Sites will be enforced alongside these.
Where are the Community Concern Sites?
The current Community Concern Sites across South Yorkshire are:
- Harborough Avenue, Sheffield
- Herries Drive, Sheffield
- Longley Lane, Sheffield
- Melton Green, Rotherham
- Middle Lane South, Rotherham
- Pontefract Road (B6273), Rotherham
- Twentywell Lane, Sheffield
Who do I raise a community concern with and what will be done about it?
Safety camera enforcement is operated at locations put forward by local authorities, it is the local authority who is responsible for the road network. If you are concerned about speeding in your area, please contact your local authority by email, clearly stating exactly where you feel drivers are putting lives at risk by exceeding the speed limit.
- Barnsley Borough Council - email@example.com
- Doncaster Borough Council - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rotherham Borough Council - email@example.com
- Sheffield City Council - firstname.lastname@example.org
The authority will be able to discuss the options with you, and it will be their decision whether or not the location should be put forward for enforcement. Collision and speed data will be analysed to support the authority's decision.
How often will the Community Concern Sites be enforced?
Whilst our enforcement programme must focus on Core Sites with the most serious casualty history, wherever resources will allow, our enforcement team will aim to visit Community Concern Sites as often as possible.