The traffic counting season returns

traffic monitor A308 - August 2015

Dear Neighbour

You may remember this time last year when dozens of little metal boxes appeared on Sunbury’s roads, collecting traffic data for The Jockey Club.

Well, it’s that time of the year again, it seems, although this year there’s only been one sighting, on the Spelthorne/Richmond border on the A308, Staines Road East.

It was a slow morning on the KKG website yesterday. Only one visitor, who only looked at one page.

KKG snapshot

The visitor? From Greece.

And the page he or she looked at? Rotten Boroughs, the story from Private Eye about the Spelthorne councillors who have been helping the Surrey Police with their enquiries into the sale of the Bridge Street car park.

It certainly puts things in perspective. At least we aren’t sitting in Greece reading about the goings-on at Spelthorne Borough Council, in order to take our minds off something much worse …

Kind regards
Keep Kempton Green



One thought on “The traffic counting season returns”

  1. This is a stupid idea, the roads are clogged enough even on quiet days, if this scheme goes ahead no one will be able to move out to get to work, go shopping, or drive anywhere, the more houses on the site the more traffic on this road, think again, turn it into a nature reserve like your original plan was to be.

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