30mph speed limit enforced after number of crashes
GOOLE: Safer Roads Humber is enforcing the 30mph speed in Centenary Road.
The road has been the scene of eight injury crashes and a fatality over the past three years.
Following a number of complaints from residents about speeding, the organisation is enforcing the speed limit for six months.
Mick Harris, project manager for Safer Roads Humber, said: "Centenary Road has been identified as a site of concern by the local community.
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"East Riding Council has also identified the road for temporary speed enforcement using mobile units.
"Following the initial period of enforcement, the partnership will review the road and will consider a longer term solution."
Mr Harris said motorists should note that the partnership had no legal requirement to install safety camera signs.
He said: "We will not be installing them in Centenary Road due to the additional cost involved, when it is a short period of enforcement.
"But we will be using high visibility marked vehicles."