On Wed, Apr 11, 2001 at 11:09:10AM +0100, Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin) wrote:
> With the minor problem being the existing madness with 30MPH / 40MPH limits
> on certain dual-carrageways will suddenly look sane from a numerical
> perspective, although they'll be pretty much the same ...
yeah, like the dual carriageway around galway - it's practically
impossible to keep to 30mph on it each morning. and there have been
three speedchecks since i moved here on the stretch between the headford
rd. roundabout and the tuam one.
> The other thing is there has been zero publicity ... I can see it now li'l
> boy racer, off somewhere for the June Bank Holiday weekend, sticking to the
> limits as posted on the way down ... everyone's happy.... Comes home on the
> Monday, again sticking (he thinks) to the posted limits ... <speed checks>
a quick poll at work showed that no one here had heard of it. and a
search on the irish times, google and northernlight didn't bring up any
relevant links. granted the gov't should alert people, but so should
the irish times i'd think. is this really happening, or did kate fail
to notice that it's well past april first?
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