"Not so fast" - Riverland mayors support Conservatives on speed limits

September 15, 2017

Mayors representing the three councils in South Australia's Riverland region have declared their support for an Australian Conservatives campaign to halt speed limit reductions from 110km/h to 100km/h.

The Murray Pioneer newspaper reports that opposition to the State Labor Government's speed limit reductions has come thick and fast, with Australian Conservatives MLC Robert Brokenshire saying he would head a delegation of mayors from across SA to meet with Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Stephen Mullighan.

"These mayors represent the districts and I represent rural people across SA in a common opposition to the Government’s decision to drop road speeds rather than invest in road infrastructure,” Mr Brokenshire said, "It is time to make sure our roads are safe by spending money where necessary."

The full story appears in today's Murray Pioneer newspaper.

 

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