Motorists entering central Glasgow, which has repeated problems with air pollution, could soon have their top speeds limited to 20mph as Edinburgh pilots car bans at primary schools
Drivers in Glasgow’s city centre could have their top speed restricted to 20mph under plans intended to cut the number of accidents on the city’s roads.
The city’s council has announced a public consultation on the proposals, which it hopes could come into effect by March 2016. The announcement comes after Edinburgh’s council approved an ambitious plan to impose a 20mph speed limit on almost all of the city’s streets earlier this year.
Source: Guardian Environment