Speed detector to help cut speed in Lisnaskea area

A SPEED  detector stationed at Lisnaskea flagged up the speed of passing drivers.
The detector on the Gola Road was organised by Fermanagh and Omagh Policing and Community Safety Partnership who note that speeding in the area ‘has become an issue’. 
Local Councillor Garbhan McPhillips said, “I was delighted to see the speed detector sign back in place at the Gola road. This is the second occasion in a matter of weeks. The sign is very much welcome in the area, firstly to act as a visual reminder to motorist that maybe they are exceeding the limit heading out that particular stretch of road. 
“The placement of the detector sign is very much relevant at this particular moment as there is heavy traffic heading out the Gola road as work continues on Majors Bridge. 
“I would just remind motorists that to be wary of their speed on all our roads including the Gola road, the speed detector sign is their for all our benefits to alert us of the speed and the speed limits. I would also like to thank the Fermanagh & Omagh PCSP for placing the sign in the area.”
A spokesman for the PCSP said, “With the road works taking place in the area and additional traffic on this road due to the diversions, speeding has become an issue. We are keen to make sure that all motorists keep within the speed limits. Please adhere to the speed limits in this area and ensure everyone gets home safely.” 

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