Street Lights Mean 30 in Leuchars

30 signs

The Street Lights Mean 30 Campaign encourages drivers to adhere to the 30mph speed limit as they pass through built up areas. This will now be rolled out in Leuchars, Fife after being successfully delivered in Dairsie as well as towns in the Scottish Borders and Stirling. The East Safety Camera Unit will place posters with the Street Lights Mean 30 message on the bins of residents, who live in the 30mph zones on Main Street and Station Road.

East Safety Camera Unit Manager, Andy Jones “Concerns have been raised about the speed of traffic coming into the village from St Michael’s as well as along Station Road. We hope that the bin stickers will remind motorists about the importance of keeping to the 30mph limit. Drivers should also be aware that there are areas of the town that have a 20mph limit and should take note of the signage”.

Jacqui Crowe, Secretary of Leuchars Community Council “The speed of drivers through the village is an ongoing concern and we hope that this will act as a further deterrent for drivers who think it is acceptable to travel at over 30mph. We hope that this initiative will be as successful as it has been in other towns across Scotland”.