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School Exclusion Zones (SEZ)

Fife Council has introduced a “School Exclusion Zone” (SEZ) at a few trial locations in Fife.

A School Exclusion Zone (also known as a School Street) is to prevent non-residential traffic from using the road network outside a school entrance gate, and/or in surrounding streets, at set periods of the school day – typically during start and finish times.  The restriction is a motor vehicle prohibition (pedestrian and cycle zone) that would only be operational when lights are activated on the entry sign.

These have been introduced to encourage more active travel to school and to improve road safety in the area immediately outside the school.

We are keen to hear your views on the School Exclusion Zones and we invite you to participate in our online consultation form for the site that affects you. Please click on the appropriate link below: