Mobile Vehicle Activated Signs (MVAS)

Progress update – 14 August

Great Missenden Parish Council tells us that it’s taken delivery of the two MVASs and the majority of ground screws are now in place at the specified locations within the Parish. It is expected that a volunteers’ training session will be arranged shortly. If you’d like to be part of the “moving teams” but haven’t yet volunteered, then register your interest with Anne Mitchell, the GM Parish Clerk email: parishclerk@onetel.net Tel: 01494 864792.

If you know anyone else who would also be interested in the training do please pass this on so that they can contact the Parish Office for more info.

Read more about MVAS under Hot Topics here.

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2 thoughts on “Mobile Vehicle Activated Signs (MVAS)”

  1. It would be very useful to have one of these sited on Lodge Lane which is used as a rat run between the top of Martinsend Lane via Green Lane to Wycombe Road. There are always a large number of parked cars and many people drive through Lodge Lane at excessive speed.

    1. Hi Phil,
      Quite agree – you can try lobbying Gt Miss Parish Council for them to fund a MVAS site in Lodge Lane? If you Google their website there’s a contact form which you can fill in. I help with Community Speed Watch and we have set up in Lodge Lane in the past – maybe you’d be free to join in next time we do? If so, please contact me on barbarawetrot@btinternet.com

      Also, all subscribers to the PVA newsletter living on busy P/wood roads, will be eligible for 30mph wheelie bin stickers. We’re grateful to Sweet Charity for funding them and we’re just waiting for the order to arrive. Maybe you can persuade your neighbours who live on Lodge Lane to subscribe to the PVA newsletter and then they’ll all be eligible for the 30mph stickers.. At least, if used, they’ll provide a solid message along Lodge Lane on waste collection day. See article P.6 of the Source “Wheelie” concerned – and relevant article on PVA website.

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