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Safety triumph as Furnace gets (temporary) lower speed limit

A NEW, reduced speed limit will be in place as early as next week on one of Argyll’s busiest roads.

The people of Furnace have been campaigning for years to have the speed limit cut to 40mph on the A83 between Furnace and Crarae. After conducting its own studies, Transport Scotland concluded that a 50mph limit should be imposed.

Local residents, fed up with traffic speeding by at 60mph-plus, close to roadside family homes and driveways, fought their corner and a new, temporary 40mph limit will be in force by Monday August 8.

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