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20 mph speed reduction moves forward

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20 mph speed reduction in Brighton and Hove is moving on to the next stage now that the Traffic Regulation Order proposals (TRO) have been published. Help to make your streets safer by supporting the TRO speed limit proposals, particularly for your local area. Check the accompanying information on the website for the order and ask for the inclusion of any street you feel has been omitted. Many residents signed a petition to have Preston Drove, Stanford Avenue and Surrenden Road in Preston reconsidered for 20 mph speed limits due to the large number of schools in the area. TRO-3d-2014 is the relevant order for Preston where this request can be made again.
Below are all 9 areas with their TRO reference numbers.
1. West Hove: TRO-3a-2014
2. Dyke Road West: TRO-3b-2014
3. Dyke Road East: TRO-3c-2014
4. Preston: TRO-3d-2014
5. Patcham and Hollingbury: TRO-3e-2014
6. Hollingdean and South Moulsecoomb: TRO-3f-2014
7. Coldean: TRO-3g-2014
8. Bevendean and North Moulsecoomb:TRO-3h-2014
9. East Brighton: TRO-3i-2014
There are also some other good speed reductions being advertised e.g.
Coldean Lane, 30mph limit TRO-3j-2014 and Ditchling Road, 40mph speed limit TRO-3k-2014

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