The Order will–
- apply a 20 miles per hour speed limit to Church Street, High Street, Regal Pass, Townhall Street, Wellington Place and Wesley Street and to lengths of Darling Street, East Bridge Street, Hall’s Lane and Paget Square, Enniskillen; Coolnagard Avenue, Coolnagard Brae, Coolnagard Close, Coolnagard Court, Coolnagard Gardens, Coolnagard Glen, Coolnagard Green, Coolnagard Grove, Coolnagard Heights, Coolnagard Hollow, Coolnagard Meadows, Coolnagard Mews, Coolnagard Rise, Coolnagard Road, Coolnagard Square, Coolnagard View, Coolnagard Way, Maryville, Sheskinshule View, Willowmount Avenue and Willowmount Park, Omagh.
- apply a 40 miles per hour speed limit on lengths of Bush Road, Dungannon; Mealough Road, Drumbo, Lisburn and Old Dromore Road, Omagh.
- apply a 30 miles per hour speed limit to lengths of Haw Road, Londonderry; and Desertmartin Road, Station Road and Tullynagee Road, Moneymore.
- revoke a speed limit so that a 30 miles per hour speed limit (restricted by street lighting) will apply to a length of Old Dromore Road, Omagh.
Vehicles are excepted from the restrictions in certain circumstances.
Inspecting the proposals
Full details are contained in the draft Order which, together with maps showing the roads involved, may be inspected free of charge during office hours within the period below at-Network Traffic, Street Lighting and Transportation
DfI Roads Eastern Division
Upper Newtownards Road
DfI Roads Western Division
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Making an objection
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