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Mayoral candidates divided on future of Bristol’s 20mph limits

Andrew Forster
29 April 2016
George Ferguson, in customary red trousers, flanked by the other five candidates (BBC)
George Ferguson, in customary red trousers, flanked by the other five candidates (BBC)

 

The future of Bristol’s extensive 20mph limits is forming a key battleground in the city’s mayoral election, with the Labour and Conservative candidates proposing to remove the limits from some arterial roads if they win power. 

The roll-out of 20mph limits across most roads in the city was initiated by the Liberal Democrats and then picked up by independent mayor George Ferguson. Implementation was completed last September.  

The future of the limits was the first topic...

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