Results of the April 2108 Traffic Study

 

 

SRT-126 & Cunningham Rd 45111

From April 18, 2018 through April 26, 2018 24-hour traffic speed and count statistics were collected just north of the intersection of SR 126 and Cunningham Road. This site was selected because of the heavy Indian Hill / Camp Dennison residents traffic turning into / out of Cunningham Road.

The Speed measuring device was set for a 5mph over the speed limit tolerance over the posted speed of 35 mph.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

80% Exceed Posted Speed Limit

From April 18, 2018 through April 26, 2018 24-hour traffic speed and count statistics were collected just north of the intersection of SR 126 and Cunningham Road. This site was selected because of the heavy Indian Hill / Camp Dennison residents traffic turning into / out of Cunningham Road.

The Speed measuring device was set for a 5mph over the speed limit tolerance over the posted speed of 35 mph.

ONE: Total Vehicle Count / % vehicles exceeding speed limit (Posted 35 mph with 5 mph tolerance) for the period:

April 18, 2018 (Wednesday)... 4135 / 81%
April 19, 2018 (Thursday).... 5480 / 87%
April 20, 2018 (Friday)...... 3924 / 84%
April 21, 2018 (Saturday).... 2096 / 84%
April 22, 2018 (Sunday)...... 1897 / 83%
April 23, 2018 (Monday)...... 2209 / 90%
April 24, 2018 (Tuesday)..... 2406 / 91%

Maximum Speed for the period at the SR126 & Cunningham Road Intersection (posted speed 35mph:):

April 18, 2018 ..... 59 mph
April 19, 2018 ..... 70
April 20, 2018 ..... 65
April 21, 2018 ..... 71
April 22, 2018 ..... 93
April 23, 2018 ..... 66
April 24, 2018 ..... 70
April 25, 2018 ..... 67
April 26, 2018 ..... 68

 

Click Here for more RE: April 2018 Camp Dennison Traffic Stats

speeing truck on Srt 126 - Camp Dennison, Ohio

 

Sheriff Citations - April 1-30 - ZERO

Zero citations were written in Camp Dennison during the month of April 2018. This in light of the fact that  80% to 100% of the heavy trucks and automobiles exceeded the posted speed limit by a wide margin.

 

Click Here for more RE: April 2018 Sheriff's Activity Report

 

 

 

 

2017: $1,000,000.00

A public information request revealed the amount paid to the Hamilton County Sheriff's Depatment by Trustees Lies, Beck and Bryant for the 2017 Year to protect our streets, residents and children ...$ 989,350.85. When you add in the substantial additional amount to purchase police vehicles and equipment, the yearly amount paid easily exceeds $1,000,000.00.

 

Click Here for more RE: 2017 Hamilton County Sheriff Payments

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMENTS ...

Note from Victoria: Due to the tremendous number of comments received on this issue, I just have not had time to complete the postings ... sorry.

 

What do you think?

What do you think?

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Steve S.
May 14, 2018

Not a place where I would want to live and raise children!

 

Sharon T.
May 15, 2018

This is a pattern that has been on-going in Symmes Township. I live in the near Remington and I have been aware of this for years. If you examine the Symmes Newsletter, it is very apparent that ALL resources are used for the affluent neighborhoods in upper Symmes. The park expenditures, the public activities, the doggie activities, the new sidewalks, the sheriff's patrols - all northwest Symmes.

 

Dr. Dave (requested online name be used)
May 15, 2018

This is a huge perpetual problem for Camp Dennison. This is an infinite cycle that goes like this: Totally unsafe situation on Glendale-Milford Road due to excessive speed  > Citizens meet with Trustees who say that are totally sympathetic with the problem and will take action (crosswalk signage, permanent speed checking meter, increased sheriff patrols and so on)> Sheriff shows up for 2 to 4 week to patrol the highway (nothing else) > Loop back to "totally unsafe".

 

Totally Fed Up.
May 16, 2018

I completely agree with Dr. Dave. Its like Camp Dennison, Remington, Loveland-Symmes and other modest areas exist to pay taxes to support the neighborhoods of these three trustees reside.  What should not be political is totally political!

 

Jane D.
May 17, 2018

To Dr. Dave & Totally Fed Up - there may be hope on the horizon. I was contacted  by a group recently that is collecting money to support a candidate in future trustee elections that will represent ALL OF SYMMES. I was totally amazed by the number of individuals involved and the large amount of money that had already collected. Because of the proposed Home Violation Rules and the JEDZ Taxes, many businesses had made generous contributions.

 

Real Estate Gary
May 17, 2018

If you are selling a property in that area, you had better find another way to bring a buyer to the property. If the prospective buyer has children and sees the described situation, I am sure the property will, in their mind, be rejected.