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20's Plenty for Crosby

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Meeting With Councillors

The 20 is Plenty Campaigns for Southport and Crosby will shortly be presenting the argument for making all Sefton's residential roads a default 20mph in one go to a Labour councillor group meeting. Many local councillors from all parties are aware of the Campaign - road safety itself is not a political issue. The meeting will be an opportunity for Crosby to show support for the new speed limt which is being rolled out around us and explore the funding options to achieve the same traffic calming for our town.

If you would like to show support for this and keep up with developments please register with us and sign the petition.

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9.10.2012.

See this Week's Crosby Herald as we are rolling out the campaign in there!

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13.10.2012

The Crosby Herald are holding the story back for a week - but the good news is that 'a source' at Sefton Council has told me the council are reportedly re-thinking their test areas, have secured funding, and are planning to run 20mph limits across all residential areas as a rolling programme staring in 'the South' - which means us! Unless they mean Southern England of course.. : )

20 is Plenty for Crosby will still be seeking to present at the next Labour Councillors meeting to keep the ball rollling. We will keep you informed of progress as it happens and what you can do to help if needs be.

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