Province of B.C. to Review Speed Limits on Highways in Rural Areas
10/6/2013" Highways in rural areas, such as the Coquihalla, could have their speed limits changed following a review of traffic speeds on longer stretches of highways outside communities" - Saturday Oct 5/13 Vancouver Sun; Kevin Griffin & Matthew Robinson According to an article in the Oct 5/13 edition of the Vancouver Sun ( Province to review speed limits on rural roads) this review will attempt to gauge the views of B.C's citizens concerning three issues: speed limits on provincial highways; slower moving vehicles impeding traffic; and collisions between vehicles and wildlife. According to Todd Stone, B.C.'s minister of transportation and infrastructure: " This review is not about increasing speed limits. It's about ensuring that we have the right speed limits Stone went on to state that research relating to highway speeds supports the proposition that if highway speeds are pegged at the right level motorist will adhere to them. In this regard, Stone indicated: " If you're not keeping up with the flow or driving beyond, you pose a greater risk to yourselves and others." What are your thoughts on this issue? If you have any nows the time of make them know. Jeff Witten
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