Safer Roads Petition

Having witnessed a life changing accident on Manchester Road, Crosspool resident Jo Graham was prompted to jump into action with a campaign to make ALL Crosspool Roads Safer.

Jo’s aim is to get as many people as possible to sign her Safer Roads Crosspool Sheffield Petition, requesting that the Sheffield Council work with the local community to make all Crosspool roads much safer.

Crosspool Precinct

Over the last two months there have been at least two people knocked down and injured on the stretch of Manchester Road between Sandygate Road and Tapton/King Edwards School. 
With the Kings Court residential home, a busy Tesco convenience store and schools being located in this vicinity, Jo is afraid that it can only be a matter of time before more people are injured on this congested stretch of Manchester Road.

2 Replies to “Safer Roads Petition”

  1. Please note that the rest of Manchester road is also dangerous as people exceed the speed limit in either direction between the sportsman & garden centre, so these need to be looked at also

  2. what about the speeding motor
    bikes further down manchester rd that sound and look like there doing a hundred miles an hour before they even get too the garden centre,and the peddle bikes riding in groups 2/3 a breast…

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