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Poll: 30kph speed limits in Grafton?

Richard Leckinger from Grafton Residents Association

AT is consulting on their speed reduction plan for the central city, which will see speed limits reduced in the CBD to 30kph. Many Grafton residents have asked that parts of Grafton be included in that low speed area.

Do you support reducing the speed limit on Grafton's residential streets (including Park Road from Khyber Pass to Grafton Bridge) to 30kph?

30kph speed limits in Grafton?
  • 66.7% Yes, I support a 30kph speed limit in Grafton as suggested.
    66.7% Complete
  • 16.7% No, I do not support a 30kph speed limit in Grafton as suggested.
    16.7% Complete
  • 0% I support 30kph only on residential side streets, not Park Road.
    0% Complete
  • 16.7% I oppose any change to speed limits in Grafton.
    16.7% Complete
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