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Perth & Kinross Council are seeking feedback on recently installed temporary 20 miles per hour speed limits.

The Spaces for People project has installed 40 temporary speed limits in towns and villages with few or no pavements with the aim of promoting resident’s health and wellbeing.

The new limits will enable residents to move around their local area safely whilst adhering to physical distancing requirements as part of the COVID-19 restrictions.

Residents of communities where the 20mph trials are located are invited to participate in a survey outlining your thoughts on the effectiveness of the measures.

The information collected from this survey will allow Perth and Kinross Council to make informed decisions on whether the measures should be made permanent.

The feedback form can be found online at: https://systraltd.researchfeedback.net/20mph_Speed_Limit_Consultation

A paper copy can be requested by contacting traffic@pkc.gov.uk

The locations of the speed limits are:

• Abernyte
• Alyth
• Ardler
• Auchterarder,
• Blairgowrie
• Ballintuim
• Bridge of Cally
• Bridge of Earn
• Butterstone
• Campmuir
• Cleish
• Collace
• Dunning
• Errol Station
• Forneth
• Forteviot
• Glenfarg
• Grandtully
• Grange

• Kettins
• Kinloch
• Kinnaird
• Kinross
• Kirkmichael
• Marybourgh
• Meikleour
• Milnathort
• Muirton, Perth
• Perth City Centre
• Perth Royal Infirmary
• Pitcairngreen
• Pitlochry
• Rait
• Scone
• Scotlandwell
• Spittalfield
• Strathtay
• Tummel Bridge
• Wolfhill

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