Action on low cost zebra crossings

Low cost zebra crossings seem to have great potential for improving pedestrian safety. They are common in retail parks, at supermarkets, hospitals and airports.

However, following a motion I put to the Council last November calling for greater potential use of low cost zebra crossings, it seems we may have to wait a while before we see them on our streets. The Scottish Government doesn't have the power to authorise a trial, as I had asked, but I am pleased that the Council will carry out an investigation of existing low cost zebras. This is all explained in a report at item 7.4 on the agenda of a recent meeting of the Council's Transport Committee here

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