The Traffic Management group meets on a quarterly basis to discuss any issues concerning the parish. This meeting is also attended by PCSO Potter and Nick Colton DCC Neighbourhood Highways Officer. If you have any issues you wish to raise please send any details to the Clerk.
Devon and Cornwall Police are keen to educate motorists to reduce their speed and therefore reduce the amount of people injured or killed following a collision with a speeding vehicle.
In consultation with the public through the PACT (now "Have Your Say") process it was established that the speed of vehicles was the biggest concern across both counties. From this process the Devon and Cornwall Police Speed Watch project was born. Traffic FAQ's
Devon County Council Highways Newsletter
DCC Highways Newsletter Winter 2019
Devon Highways Public Information Portal Help
Find out about possible delays due to roadworks in Devon via an interactive map.
The map includes:
- Expected timescales for present roadworks
- Expected timescales for future roadworks. Information on proposed activities is subject to change
- Details of completed roadworks undertaken within the last 3 months
- Who is doing the work, for example a utility company or Devon County Council.
Can you help reduce
speeding traffic through Brixton Village?
Community Speed Watch in Brixton is looking for more volunteers to help reduce speeding traffic through Brixton Village. Community Speedwatch was created by Devon & Cornwall Police to encourage residents of local towns and villages to volunteer to carry out main road vehicle speed checks. Brixton Community Speed Watch was set up in 2019. Five volunteers were trained to operate Speedwatch in Brixton village. During lockdown Speedwatch was suspended.
Officially Speedwatch could have restarted from 20th July 2020 but the original team of 5 local volunteers has reduced to 2. Now a further 4 volunteers are needed for Brixton to have two teams on a rotation basis which would give regular coverage without taking up too much volunteer time. Full training, high viz jackets and support is provided. The sites where the Speedwatch teams are located are all risk assessed by the Police. To find out more about volunteering for Speedwatch in Brixton please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.