Feedback speed signs are to be erected at two locations on the entrance to the village of Bonniconlon this morning.
The feedback signs are the result of extensive lobbying by local councillors Annie Mae Reape and John O’Hara working with the Gardai to try to reduce the speed of traffic into the village.
There is increasing concern in Bonniconlon for children and the elderly trying to cross the street in the village.
The feedback speed signs will alert motorists to the speed that they are travelling at, on entrance to Bonniconlon, and are in addition to the normal speed limit signs.
The data is stored and will be reviewed over a 12 month period to determine if additional speed reduction measures are required permanently in Bonniconlon.