City of Fremantle Community Works Together For Safer Speeds

Posted on: Thursday, 26 October 2017 at 12:00:00 AM

Wray Avenue is now a 40 km/hr zone after the City acted on feedback from local residents and businesses and applied to Main Roads WA for a speed limit reduction

Combined with traffic calming installed by the City of Fremantle in 2015, the new speed limit will provide a safer and more amenable environment.

Having a 40 km/hr speed limit means the area is much safer for pedestrians and vulnerable road users.

Advocating for targeted speed limit reductions in areas such as shopping precincts is one of the ways that Local Governments and their communities can make their local road network safer for everyone.

Pictured above: Mayor Brad Pettit with Wray Avenue business owners Santo Galati, Frank Carbone and Sal Galati.

There are many ways to help achieve safe speeds in your community, contact your closest road safety advisor



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