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Friday 21 October 2022 | Written by Caleb Fotheringham | Published in Local

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Muri 30km/h speed zone limit ‘should be shortened’
A policer officer at a traffic checkpoint in Muri. Road incidents remain a concern but annual figures of domestic violence, theft, and the unlawful taking of motorbikes are all trending low in comparison to previous years. POLICE MEDIA/22101235

A Ngatangiia resident is calling for the 30 kilometre an hour speed limit zone in Muri to be shortened to about a quarter of its size. Rod Henderson said the stretch should only be about 500 metres.

A Ngatangiia resident is calling for the 30 kilometre an hour speed limit zone in Muri to be shortened to about a quarter of its size. Rod Henderson said the stretch should only be about 500 metres.


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Sally Wyatt on 21/10/2022

Pedestrian safety in Muri would be massively improved by designating a space where tourists can safely park (off the road) for the night market, LBV and the Mooring Fish Cafe. It's crazy down there on market nights and Sunday mornings.