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Local SNP Councillor Comments on A947 Meeting

>> Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Speaking following a site meeting with local residents and council officials at Plaidy regarding road safety on the A947, local SNP councillor Ross Cassie said:

“Having attended a site visit at The Old Station House, Plaidy on the A947 I am pleased that Aberdeenshire Council are looking at all options to make this notorious stretch of road safer for all users as well as for those whose properties are adjacent to the road.

“I will continue to work with Council Officers and Police Scotland to seek to address the issue of inappropriate speed at Plaidy on the A947. Too many collisions have occurred on the A947 in the Plaidy area.”

Cllr Cassie, a former driving examiner with the Driving Standards Agency added:

“Until an engineering and/or other enforcement solutions are arrived at I would urge all road users to treat the road with respect. Speed limits are not a target but are the maximum speed if safe to do so. Leave in plenty of time for your journey and travel at a speed whilst respecting the speed limits that is appropriate for the location you are driving in.”

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