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Road Safety Fund Grant Recipients March 2016

The first round of funding allocations closed in March 2016. Total funding awarded: £297,562

1) £128,262 awarded to Hertfordshire Constabulary to deploy average speed cameras along the A10 to tackle illegal racing and anti-social driving.

2) £9,500 awarded to Harpenden Town Council to introduce a range of speed and safety measures including signage and educational measures relating to traffic speeds, road safety and mobile phone use both in schools and the wider community.

3) £4,575 awarded to Albury Parish Council to undertake a feasibility survey to identify suitable solutions to improve speed compliance.

4) £4,650 awarded to Watton at Stone Parish Council to purchase a fixed solar powered speed indication device.

5) £75,000 awarded to Roads Victims Trust to help support the needs of families and individuals who are bereaved or otherwise affected by a sudden, violent and traumatic fatal road collision in Hertfordshire.

6) £4,650 awarded to King’s Langley Parish Council to purchase a fixed solar powered Speed Indication Device.

7) £849 awarded to Three Rivers Neighbourhood Watch for 30mph slow down Wheelie Bin Stickers.

8) £13,950 awarded to Chancellor’s School Brookmans Park to purchase three fixed solar powered Speed Indication Devices.

9) £9,225 awarded to Hertford Heath Parish Council for a speed indicator device and commission a feasibility survey to identify suitable solutions to improve speed compliance.

10) £4,650 awarded to Tring Rural Parish Council to purchase a fixed solar powered Speed Indication Device.

11) £3,851 awarded to Hertfordshire Constabulary Roads Policing Unit to fund tyre tread indicators, maintenance of the county’s Crash Car, clip on lights and disposable breathalysers.

12) £4,650 awarded to Tring Town Council to purchase a fixed solar powered Speed Indication Device.

13) £1,500 awarded to Welwyn Hatfield Community Housing Trust to support delivery of a one day workshop to help build an understanding of road safety issues and anti-social behaviour.

14) £4,650 awarded to Oxhey Hall Residents Association to purchase a fixed solar powered Speed Indication Device.

15) £4,650 awarded to Tring Station Residents Association to purchase a fixed solar powered Speed Indication Device.

16) £4,650 awarded to Safer Gravel Path Action Group to purchase a fixed solar powered Speed Indication Device.

17) £4,500 awarded to St Albans Community Safety Partnership Joint Action Group to purchase 2,500 LED lights for cyclists and vulnerable pedestrians for use at Cycle Training events, Community Safety days and Community Engagement stalls across St Albans district.

18) £4,575 awarded to St John’s School and Digswell Residents Association to commission a feasibility survey to identify suitable solutions to improve speed compliance.

19) £9,225 awarded to Little Gaddesden Parish Council to purchase a fixed solar powered Speed Indication Device and commission a feasibility survey to identify suitable solutions to improve speed compliance.