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Speed zone backlash hits 80 km/h signs on Sutton Road

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80 km/h sign on Sutton Road

One of the many 80 km/h speed signs that have been knocked over on Sutton Road. Photo: Zac Hay.

A backlash from motorists has seen a large number of 80 km/h speed signs knocked over along Sutton Road after the speed limit was reduced from 100 km/h by Transport for NSW in September last year.

One motorist who regularly uses Sutton Road, a popular stretch of road between Queanbeyan and the Federal Highway, estimated that more than 80 per cent of the 80 km/h speed signs had been knocked over in the last couple of weeks.

It is unknown who will foot the repair bill to fix the signs since Sutton Road traverses three government areas under the jurisdictions of Queanbeyan-Palerang, the ACT and Yass Valley.

The speed zone was reduced from 100…



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