HC Deb 02 August 1965 vol 717 cc235-6W
76. Sir W. Anstruther-Gray

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland which roads in Scotland are to be covered by a 50 miles per hour restriction during the holiday period; and what steps he is taking to make this known to the public.

Mr. Ross

By an Order made on 25th June the following roads in Scotland were made subject to a 50 m.p.h. limit at weekends between Friday 2nd July, and Monday, 27th September.

Approx, mileage
A. 1 Wallyford-Dunbar 18.1 miles
A. 8 Edinburgh-Newhouse 17.3 miles
A. 9 Dunblane-Auchterarder 11.25 miles
A.68 Dalkeith-Fala 8.0 miles
A.74 Gretna-Kirkpatrick Fleming 7.6 miles
Draffen Stonehouse-Birkenshaw
A.77 Newton Mearns-Monkton 17.25 miles
Southern end of Ayr Bypass 2.0 miles
A.78 Skelmorlie-ardrossan 20.0 miles
A.80 Dunipace-Whins of Milton 3.8 miles
A.82 Glasgow-Bonhill 7.4 miles
A.90 Junction with M.90-Crossgates-Cowdenbeath-Kinross/Milnathort-GIenfarg 10.0 miles
Aberargie-Bridge of Earn
A.876 Larbert-Kincardine Bridge (omitting dual carriageway) 3.5 miles
Total 126.2 miles

Notice of the Order was given on 18th June in the Edinburgh Gazette and the Press. The limit is indicated on all the lengths concerned by signs of the usual type, which are covered when it is not in force.