30/07/2014

DRD Publish 20mph Speed Limit Proposal

The Department for Regional Development has published plans for a reduced speed limit in Belfast city centre.

The draft legal order would see a new speed limit of 20mph for the whole of the city centre.

The proposal is now subject to a 22-day consultation, during which the public can submit objections to the proposal.

(MH/CD)

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