Kildare County Council Speed Limit Review 2021
Notice of proposal to make Road Traffic (Special Speed Limit) Bye Laws
Following requests to extend the Kildare County Council Speed Limit Review 2021, Kildare County Council has decided to extend the Public Consultation Period beyond the summer holiday period. Any submissions made in response to the notice published on Tuesday, 27 July 2021 remain valid and will inform the next stage of the process.
Kildare County Council, in exercise of the powers conferred on it by Section 9, subsection (4), of the Road Traffic Act, 2004 hereby gives notice of its proposal to make Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws in respect of public roads within the administrative area of the County of Kildare.
Particulars of this Speed Limit Review are available to view on Kildare County Council’s website at
https://consult.kildarecoco.ie/en/consultation/kildare-county-speed-limit-review-2021-public-consultation and on www.speedlimits.ie from Wednesday, 18 August 2021 to Thursday, 16 September 2021.
Particulars of the Speed Limit Review are also available for inspection at the offices of Kildare County Council, Level 4, Aras Chill Dara, Devoy Park, Naas BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Appointments must be made in advance at http://kildare.ie/countycouncil/OnlineBookingSystem/
Submissions or observations with respect to the Kildare County Council Speed Limit Review 2021 can be made online at https://consult.kildarecoco.ie/en/consultation/kildare-county-speed-limit-review-2021-public-consultation
in writing to: A/Senior Executive Officer, Roads Transportation and Public Safety Department, Kildare County Council, Áras Chill Dara, Devoy Park, Naas on or before Thursday, 16 September 2021.
Please make your submission by one medium only i.e. in hard copy or online. Late submissions will not be accepted.
Submissions should be headed: “Kildare County Council Speed Limit Review 2021”
All comments, including names of those making comments, submitted as part of this review will be included in the statutory report to be presented at a meeting of the elected members. Accordingly, they will also be included in the minutes of that meeting and may appear in the public domain.
Kildare County Council is subject to the provisions of Freedom of Information (FOI Acts 1997 and 2014) and the Data Protection Acts 1988 to 2018.