Hi everyone, We live in St Heliers / Glendowie on the Riddell Road bend by Glover Park. Every single day, we witness "near misses" here as cars, buses, trucks and vans speed around what is a blind, right-angle bend like it's a race track, and/or cut well across the centre line into the other lane. A few weekends ago, a driver was coming from the Maskell St direction on a Saturday afternoon when the road was slicked up by drizzle, overshot the right-hand bend, and ended up ploughing through our front fence. Before we leap in to criticise boy racers / learner drivers / the usual scapegoats, our observations from the last 18 months tells us that it could have been ANY of us who regularly drive on this particular section of road. We all need to a) slow down, and b) stay left before someone dies. The ultimate solution would be judder bars either side of this bend - but we know that Riddell Rd / Glover Rd is extremely popular with cyclists, who I'm sure would fight it till the...death(?). The irony here is that cyclists themselves would benefit from this most. Last summer, we had our baby daughter playing in a paddling pool on the lawn just inside this fence - needless to say we've played some pretty tragic scenarios over in our minds over the last three weeks, and its not something any driver would want on their conscience. Apologies for what some might see as an 'over the top' subject line, but unfortunately its pretty accurate.