Stirling’s MSP Bruce Crawford has hailed Stirling Council plans to tackle speeding in Drymen as a win for the community after a number of local residents has raised their complaints about the issue.
Mr Crawford contacted Stirling Council and Police Scotland to highlight his concerns on the matter – which were met with a prompt response from Council Officials.
Officers have met with local representatives and members of the local community several times to discuss a series of measures which are expected to be implemented within the current financial year. These include:
- Introduction of 40mph speed limit on B858 Stirling Road (east) from A811 to the village.
- Provision of improved gateway on B858 Stirling Road (east).
- Review/removal/replacement of the traffic island opposite the cycle path on B858 Main Street.
- Review singing in the village to reduce proliferation.
Commenting, Bruce Crawford said:
“I welcome the approach that Stirling Council has taken in engaging with the community on this issue.
“A number of people contacted my office about speeding in and around the Drymen area and it is clearly one of concern to the local community.
“I hope the measures that are due to be taken forward adequately address this problem and look forward to seeing these road safety improvements put in place.”