The Scottish Greens have issued a final plea to MSPs to support cutting speed limits on residential streets to 20mph ahead a vote on the plans in Parliament today.
A proposal to introduce a 20mph speed limit for residential streets and minor roads in Scotland has been rejected by a Scottish Parliament committee examining the plans.
Speed limits of 20mph should not be introduced on all residential roads in Scotland, MSPs have decided.
Cutting the speed limit to 20mph in residential streets would be the cheapest way to save lives, the MSP behind the plan has argued.
Officials are reviewing the speed limit at Lochaber’s “Harry Potter” tourist trap, it has emerged.
Residents in and around an Aberdeenshire town have had enough of speeding drivers and want to see reduced speed limits on unclassified rural roads.
North MSP and road safety campaigner David Stewart has called for the HGV speed limit to be increased to 50mph on the A96 Inverness to Aberdeen road following the success of a pilot project on the A9.
An initiative has been launched in Speyside to determine whether motorists should slow down in residential streets.
The speed limit on a busy north-east commuter road where there have been several crashes could soon be reduced.
A number of motorists have been caught driving too fast after the speed limit of a busy north-east commuter road was slashed last weekend.
The speed limit on a sections of a busy north-east road has been reduced.
Former transport minister Stewart Stevenson has called for the speed limit on all Scotland's roads to be cut by 10mph to "save the planet".
A bid to potentially increase the number of 20mph zones across Aberdeen has been thrown out by city councillors.
The speed limit on a 3.8-mile stretch of the busy A82 Inverness to Glasgow road will be cut as part of new road safety plans.
A raft of new speed limits to protect residents of a huge north-east housing development has been praised by a leading road safety group.
Plans to reduce the speed limit on a 2.5-mile stretch of the busy A82 in Lochaber have been welcomed by a Highland councillor.