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Council consultation on speed limits

Some motorists are failing to stick to speed limits in the town.

Some motorists are failing to stick to speed limits in the town.

Angus Council is considering undertaking speed reduction measures on a number of roads where motorists frequently speed.

The council is consulting with residents in Osprey Road, Piperdam, Durham Street in Monifieth, and Blackfriars Street in Montrose, about plans to introduce road humps to cut speeds at these locations.

The action follows a recent survey of all the ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ areas in Angus which revealed that at a number of these sites, the recorded speeds were above the 20 mph recommended speed limit.

Residents are now being asked to their views on the proposals.

Questionnaires have been delivered to houses in the affected streets and the survey is also available on the ‘Have Your Say’ section of Angus Council’s web site at www.angus.gov.uk/hys.

Do you stay on a different street in Montrose and feel affected by some cars not abiding to the speed limit? If so you can e-mail us at news@montrosereview.com.

 

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