A driver was clocked at 100mph on Henry Page Road earlier in the year, according to statistics collected by Aylsham’s moveable speed sign.
Aylsham Town Council bought the SAM 2 speed awareness system last summer to raise awareness of speed limits around Aylsham.
The unit is positioned on various roads around town for up to four weeks gathering data and warning drivers if they need to slow down, before it is moved to another spot.
The data includes maximum speeds measured, the volume of traffic, average speed and the percentage of drivers breaking the speed limit.
Some of the most notable statistics are:
- A staggering 100mph registered on Henry Page Road towards the A140 on February 10 at 4.55pm. The limit is 40mph.
- Another speeder was registered at 80mph in the other direction on Henry Page Road on January 27 at 1.25am.
- Someone driving at 55mph in the 20mph limit on Millgate at the bottom of Gas House Hill at noon on April 9. At this same location, Sunday was the worst day in terms of the percentage of drivers going over the limit at nearly 56%.
- A speed of 75mph recorded on October 26 at 1.50pm in the 30mph limit on Norwich Road, travelling towards town.
The sign has recently been on the Blickling Road going out of town so there will be another set of data produced for that location.
The data collected from the units by the town council is reviewed and passed to local police.
Clerk Sue Lake said: “The town council is recording all the information gathered and forwarding it to the police who can identify any issues and immediately address persistent regular offenders if any are identified. This is only one aspect of speed awareness and the council is still keen to re-establish speedwatch in the town but require the public to volunteer.”
That data can be viewed on the town council website at www.aylsham-tc.gov.uk/sam-2-traffic-analysis.