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May 1, 2001

Speed Limits

Council recommended against speed limits, supported "No Through Road Signage" See ...

From Byron Shire Council Agenda: 1 May 2001

19. 50kph Speed Limit - Grays, Buckleys and Prestons Lanes, East Tyagarah. Lodged by Tyagarah Sustainable Community Alliance (David Julian).

  • Requesting the Committee consider a reduction in speed to 50kph for Grays, Buckleys and Prestons Lanes, East Tyagarah.
  • Requesting installation of signage indicating driveways, cyclists/pedestrians.
  • Requesting 'No Through Road' Signage

Applicants Statement.
These lanes have frequent bicycle and pedestrian traffic and a lower speed-limit would help abate the likelihood of a 'serious accident'.

Committee Recommendation

  1. That in line with RTA guidelines, the Committee is not able to recommend speed limiting on gravel roads because of the extreme fluctuations in conditions on same.
  2. That the sealed section of Grays Lane be reviewed under the Rural Speed Zoning Review.
  3. That "No Through Road" signage on Grays Lane, East Tyagarah is supported.

Posted at May 1, 2001 12:00 AM

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