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Crimond Campaign For Speed Limit Set To Pay Off

>> 15 April 2012

SNP councillor for Peterhead North & Rattray Fiona McRae has welcomed publication of a statutory notice by Transport Scotland that it intends to introduce a 30MPH speed limit in Crimond.

Speed restrictions have been backed by local people in Crimond for some time, supported by Buchan East Community Council, Crimond Area Tenants & Residents’ Association, and Councillors Fiona McRae and Anne Allan.  Local MSP Stewart Stevenson gave his support to the introduction of electronic speed signs, which were installed in 2007.

Commenting, Councillor Fiona McRae said:

“I’m delighted for the local community who have campaigned for road safety measures on the A90 within the village for years.

“This is very good news indeed and will make a huge difference within the village.”

Fellow Peterhead North & Rattray SNP councillor Anne Allan added:

“This is excellent news for the local community.

“The electronic speed signs have helped improve road safety in recent years, but with the increase in traffic volumes this latest move to reduce the speed limit is very welcome indeed.”

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