A new campaign has been launched today by school pupils in south Edinburgh.
“Just give me a minute” highlights the small amount of time lost to a driver if they travel at 20mph rather than 30mph. The speed difference will save lives according to experts.
A 20mph speed limit along residential streets from Arthurs Seat to Blackford Hill has had the support of 70% of local people and will cost £100,000. Casualties have been reduced by 30-50% when the scheme has been introduced in other parts of the city road.
The change has also been an attempt to improve cycling safety where three fatalities have taken place over the last few months.
The campaign will continue to be promoted through adverts on radio, buses and bus shelters.
Trystan Davies reports: