A TSRGD Compliant, traffic calming sign. This is a simple and cost-effective traffic monitoring device to aid in the reduction of road accidents whilst ensuring public safety.
As road usage continues to increase, it is acknowledged that speeding motorists are a danger on the roads and to communities.
Plug and Play
6 Year Warranty
|Digit/Roundel Size||300ml Digit Height|
|Enclosure Dimensions (HXWXD)||660mm x 430mm x 150mm|
|Trigger Speeds||5 – 65MPH|
|Display On Time||0.5 – 7.5 seconds|
|Weight Without Batteries||8Kg|
|Rechargeable Batteries||12V – 22Ahr (Max 2)|
|Typical Operating Duration (battery powered models)||1 battery – 45,000 triggers2 batteries – 90,000 triggers|
The new Urban Speed VAS reinforces the speed limit of the road to speeding vehicles, accompanied with a ”Slow Down” message.
Powered by battery, solar power or 230 volt mains power
A local parish council in Tetbury reported a 24% drop in the highest speed on their targeted road within just one month of installation.The 40mph road had motorists speeding at a dangerous 61.5mph, but with an eye-catching Vehicle Activated Speed sign, this top speed reduced down to 45.7mph after 25 days of being in use.
Although the results collected from the signs cannot be used to prosecute speeding motorists, the reports and data are often used by councils and Local Highways Authorities to help set-up speeding enforcement procedures.
|29th August||38.6 mph|
|1st September||39.0 mph|
|17th September||28.7 mph|
|23rd September||28.8 mph|
|29th August||61.5 mph|
|1st September||61.8 mph|
|7th September||60.4 mph|
|17th September||46.6 mph|
|23rd September||45.7 mph|
“The unit is proving very successful in calming traffic through the village. The flashing signal clearly and effectively reminds drivers of the prevailing speed limit, and the data gathering function is useful in determining which sites within the village benefit most from its deployment. The unit is sufficiently portable to enable it to be rotated between separate locations on a regular basis. We are also planning to liaise with the local constabulary over the summer months, and provide data from the unit in order to help them target the most effective periods to deploy mobile enforcement cameras.”– Kevin Beck, Parish Council in Tetbury
Analyse traffic data and speeding trends to make the most of your speed signs