How far apart should speed humps be positioned?

Road humps shall be spaced at no less than 10 metres apart for Type 2, along any one aisle or roadway. Maximum spacing where required to control speeds continuously along a roadway should be about 50 metres. Humps should always be located clear of intersections and curved road ways.

What about pedestrians and speed humps?

Humps shall not impede pedestrian or wheelchair traffic on any accessible travel path provided for people with disabilities. An accessible path of travel needs to be a minimum of 1 metre wide.

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Last updated: Wednesday, 06 February 2019

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