Speed Limits Should Reflect Road Type, Volume and Conditions

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Speed limits should be appropriate for the type of road, roadside conditions and the volume and type of road users. Particular attention should be paid to speed limits on urban roads and roads with high concentrations of pedestrians and cyclists, such as around schools or residential areas.

Source: GRSP Speed Fact Sheet

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