20mph public consultation

Closes 7 Jun 2021

Opened 10 May 2021

Overview

As part of the Scottish Government/SUSTRANS Spaces for People programme Scottish Borders Council introduced a trial roll out of 20mph speed limits last October to encourage more active travel as lockdown eases and is now looking to obtain the views and experiences of pedestrians, cyclists, residents, businesses and drivers.  The  focus of the survey is on road safety and quality of life in relation to the introduction of the 20mph speed limits and to gather information on whether any streets should remain at 20mph and if any should revert back to 30mph.

For more information on the 20mph trial and frequently asked questions please  click here .

To see the results of the traffic surveys and information on historic accidents involving pedestrians and cyclists in towns please use this link:  dashboard.

For the privacy policy please click here.

Give us your views

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Transport