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Cupar improvements

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Please click here to see the proposed projects we hope to carry out throughout Cupar. This is to help with physical distancing and creating safe spaces.

Spaces for People

Cupar 20mph Zone - 20mph signs will be going up in Cupar this week to advise on the new TTRO (Temporary Traffic Regulation Order) of the 20mph zone being introduced in central Cupar.

The lower traffic speeds in 20mph zones help reduce risk by giving all road users more time to react to each other, encourages active travel by making walking and cycling more attractive and assists in improving the air quality through lower vehicle emissions.

With traffic traveling more slowly the experience of walking is more pleasant, with less traffic noise and pedestrians perceive it to be safer, particularly on narrow streets & footways (this should be particularly felt in the narrow section of the Bonnygate).

Possible future works to be investigated (i.e. not Spaces for People funded)

  • Proposed future 20mph, with traffic calming (Bonnygate, West Port & Carslogie Rd)
  • Potential footway widening (Carslogie Road)
  • Proposed speed table (Kirk Wynd)