Temporary speed restrictions introduced on town roads
Temporary speed restriction signs are currently being placed around the town as part of the Emergency Active Travel funding from the Government.
The temporary measures, which were originally due to be introduced week beginning 20th July, are being funded by government Emergency Active Travel Funding, which has allocated £20,000 to Herefordshire to promote walking and cycling for short and local journeys. Herefordshire Council say: “The temporary nature of the measures will allow them to be reviewed and additional funding is expected in the coming months to install further measures.”
The temporary measures being introduced to Ross-on-Wye are: Moderated traffic speed through the town centre and 20mph zones on Edde Cross Street, Trenchard Street, Greytree Road, Millpond Street, Smallbrook Road, Gloucester Road, Chase Road, Alton Street, Kent Avenue, Sussex Avenue, The Avenue, Walford Road and Archenfield Road to Redhill Road, Old Maid’s Walk, Church Street, High Street and Wilton Road.