Portsmouth launches near miss reporting web page


thirdcrank
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Re: Portsmouth launches near miss reporting web page

Postby thirdcrank » 19 Mar 2018, 9:31pm

It will be interesting to see what use the highway authority makes of information like this. It doesn't sound as though it's going to be used to lobby for better enforcement. Decent cycling provision or farcilities? There's the rub.

Perhaps one for local riders to monitor, assuming it's a long-term project, rather than a seven day wonder.

TallestTim
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Re: Portsmouth launches near miss reporting web page

Postby TallestTim » 24 May 2019, 2:13pm

thirdcrank wrote:It will be interesting to see what use the highway authority makes of information like this. It doesn't sound as though it's going to be used to lobby for better enforcement. Decent cycling provision or farcilities? There's the rub.

Perhaps one for local riders to monitor, assuming it's a long-term project, rather than a seven day wonder.


Don't worry, we're monitoring it. Here's an example of the output a year on...

https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/crime ... -1-8826468

with the formal report to the council here:
https://democracy.portsmouth.gov.uk/ieD ... spx?Id=780