||Improve the road safety along Bovingdon High Street, Hertfordshire. We are parents, family members of children attending and supporters of Bovingdon Primary Academy and Bovingdon Pre school. At school times, the road is extremely busy. Between 8am and 9am and again between 2.30pm and 4.30pm, 450 children and their parents travel to the busy nursery, infant and primary school. A further 50 travel to the Pre school, also in the High Street between 9am and 12 noon. There are occasions where the traffic travels too fast for the volume of people and young children walking along narrow pavements. Cars regularly mount the pavement or park dangerously obscuring pedestrians’ sight, in particular children’s sight. There is inadequate signage that a busy Primary school is on the High Street. There have also been a number of serious road traffic accidents over the past six months which cause us enormous concern. Most recently, a car turned onto its roof in the High Street, a cyclist has been seriously injured when knocked from his bike and pedestrians have been hit by cars travelling too fast. We are concerned that there could be a serious incident with a child unless traffic calming measures and protection of the pavements are improved. We would like you to review the road safety measures in place, considering: how best to protect pavements and walkways whether. to make the High Street a 20 MPH zone at school times. whether to make the traffic warning signs that a school is approaching much bolder and clearer. how to maximise the visibility for pedestrians.