Are there alternatives to speed bumps for slowing down drivers?

I'm the administrator of a resident's association, the sole purpose of which is to maintain a Restricted Byway access road. It has speed bumps, which some drivers hate. Are there alternatives for slowing down drivers?

Asked on 19 January 2021 by Colin Senneck

Answered by Andrew Brady
Would a brick-paved road surface work? Combine this with trees and planters and, not only will the area look nicer, but it'll also make drivers feel like they're driving through a pedestrianised area and encourage them to slow down. Alternatively, consider chicanes.
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