Kingston Council 20mph consultation

Kingston Council’s consultation runs from 5th September to 3rd October 2016. It asks the very simple question:

To what extent do you support the introduction of 20mph speed limit in all residential roads across Surbiton neighbourhood?

·      Strongly in favour

·      Somewhat in favour

·      Neutral

·      Somewhat opposed

·      Strongly opposed

It also asks for name and address, so that residents of different roads can be distinguished in the results.

 

It is open to everyone to complete, it doesn’t matter if you:

·      Live in a current 20mph road, or a proposed one

·      Work, travel, shop or go to school in Surbiton, rather than live in Surbiton

Make sure you have your say and respond to Kingston Council’s consultation by 3rd October at www.kingston.gov.uk/consulations

 

Map of proposed and existing 20mph limits in Surbiton

A 20mph limit is proposed for the Surbiton roads shaded orange (residential) and green (town centre). Roads shaded blue are already 20mph. Speed limits will not change on main roads shaded white.

Surbiton 20mph map

You can download a higher resolution map here.

 

 

 

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