Rhyl councillors back 20mph scheme to improve pedestrian safety

Rhyl East Parade (Photo: Cmglee/CC3.0)

An area of Rhyl, North Wales, is set to become a 20mph zone in an attempt to reduce the number of pedestrian accidents and improve the safety of school children in the district.

With a number of primary schools in the area, councillors say they owe a duty of care to protect all pedestrians and one is also calling for fines to be handed out to cyclists who ride on the pavement.

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