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FOOTWAY/CARRIAGEWAY RESURFACING - Redford Road

Footway and Carraigway resurfacing will take place between between Dreghorn Link and Redford Drive, working southwards  - from 2nd October 2017 for approximately 10 Days.

Emergency vehicular access and pedestrian flow shall be maintained. This will involve lane closures, 2/3-way temporary traffic lights, parking restrictions, bus stop closures and pedestrian diversions as required.

Dreghorn Loan/Laverockdale Estate- Diversion

Laverockdale diversionIn order to provide services for Laverockdale Cottage which is being renovated, the private access from the top of Dreghorn Loan to the Laverockdale Estate is being closed. A diversion and temporary access is being created from Laverockdale Loan.

We have been informed that this will not have any effect on traffic accessing the Polofields or Laverockdale Crescent.

The full scale Laverockdale Diversion route (PDF)  is available here .

20mph Street Speed Limit Phase 2

Edinburgh 20mph Speed Limits – most of the City except in the south now active. Colinton is not to be affected until February 2018.

See Implementation Zones in detail at: http://edinburghcouncil.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html

Edinburgh is the first city in Scotland implementing a citywide 20mph network. The new limit aims to reduce the risk and severity of road collisions, encourage travel on foot and by bike and help make the city’s streets more people-friendly. For a leaflet giving further details CLICK HERE

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