To the right of this post at the top you will see an opportunity to vote on whether there should be traffic calming. I cannot provide you with an exact map, as neither Multimap nor Google have updated their maps to incorporate the new bypass.
A report on Kent County Council's proposals can be found here. This report was agreed at the last meeting of Thanet Council's Joint Transportation Board. My photo shows the Isle of Thanet Gazette's Thom Morris reporting on Haine Road. He produced a story which you can click here to read.
Dozens of local residents have signed a petition which reads:
"We the undersigned hereby petition Thanet Council and Kent County Council for the closure of Haine Road between the Spratling Street and Toby Carvery roundabouts. If in the final event this is not possible then we petition Thanet Council and Kent County Council to provide traffic calming to a standard that would substantially reduce the volume and speed of traffic using this stretch of road."
This will be submitted to Thanet Council's next meeting on 23rd July.
You can sign this petition on-line by clicking here.
Background on the history of this issue can be found at my previous posts:
Haine Road - Speeding Still A Problem 1st June
Haine Road - Update on Traffic Problems 9th April
Haine Road - From Queues to Rat Run 7th April
I will be writing more about this soon.