Dear Fairlie Parent,
Are you worried about the safety of members of your family, especially your children, who cross the A78 Main Road, with you or on their own?
Over the last 4 years or more, Fairlie Community Council (FCC) have raised concerns about the risks Fairlie folk take crossing the A78, and Transport Scotland and Transerv have finally agreed to consider whether more safe crossing(s) should be created.
To make sure we have the best arguments, so our village gets additional crossings, (these could be islands, pedestrian crossing or traffic lights), we are asking residents to fill out a simple survey on our Fairlie Community Council website. We ask you to spend a few minutes telling us about your family’s needs, by the 17th December 2017, so we can make Fairlie a safer place to live.
You can access our survey at www.fairliecommunitycouncil.org/road-safety
Thanking you in advance
Fairlie Community Council
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