(Ayrshire Roads Alliance) A Partnership between East Ayrshire Council and South Ayrshire Council as partner Local Authorities for the Ayrshire Local Plan District, advise that the Order which comes into force on Thursday 5 May 2022 was advertised in the Ayrshire Post on 25 November 2020 and the effect of the Order is as stated in said notice that being to implement new speed limits on the following lengths of road:
20mph Speed Limit
Drybridge Road: Main Street: For its entire length;
B750 Kilmarnock Road: From Drybridge Road/Main Street, eastwards for 363 metres;
Old Loans Road: From Tarbolton Road/Main Street, south-westwards for 413 metres;
B730 Tarbolton Road: From Old Loans Road/Main Street, eastwards for 400 metres.
30mph Speed Limit
B730 Tarbolton Road: From 400 metres east of Old Loans Road/Main Street, eastwards for 100 metres;
Old Loans Road: From 413 metres southwest of Tarbolton Road/Main Street, south-westwards for 100 metres;
B750 Kilmarnock Road: From 363 metres east of Drybridge Road/Main Street, eastwards for 158 metres.
Other existing 20mph speed limits on the entire lengths of:
Old Auchans View;
for their entire lengths and a length of 40mph speed limit on A759 Troon to Kilmarnock Road: From 50 metres west of A759 / Kilnford Drive, to 310 metres east of A759/B730 a distance of 712 metres; have been incorporated into this Order for ease of reference with no changes made to these existing restrictions.
Gateways, hard engineering traffic calming measures and road markings should assist in making the speed limit self-enforcing to aid enforcement.
A copy of the Made Order with plan, together with a copy of Public Notices and Statement of Reasons are all available to view online
Head of Roads
Ayrshire Roads Alliance
8 John Finnie Street
Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, and of all other enabling powers.