>> 15 September 2009

Peterhead North & Rattray SNP councillor Fiona McRae has welcomed the installation of speed-activated warning signs at Crimond.

Trunk road operators BEAR Scotland have erected two of the flashing warning signs in the village following a long campaign by the local community and Councillor McRae for anti-speeding measures in Crimond.

The signs are located within the village's 40 mph limit and are activated by passing traffic and display vehicle speeds.

Commenting, Councillor McRae said:

"This is very welcome indeed and I hope it will address the issue of speeding in the village.

"These types of signs which actually measure the speed a vehicle is going are very effective elsewhere so I hope they will do the same for Crimond.

"I am particularly pleased for the local community who have been campaigning on this issue for some time and which I have been lending my support to."

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