Almost every road throughout Stornoway faces having its speed limit cut to 20mph.
Anyone who wants to object to this policy only has a few hours left to do it.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar says you have until Friday (15 January) at 4pm.
But you can’t just object.
You must give a good reason and explain which road or roads you are talking about.
Here’s where the plans are laid out.
[PLEASE NOTE: Both the link below and the email address below have been corrected by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar since the media release on which this part of this article is based, was sent out yesterday. Readers may have tried unsuccessfully to use the earlier links.]
The scheme will also see the implementation of a 20mph limit in Balivanich and Castlebay; and a combination of a 20mph and 30mph limit in Tarbert.
Objections should state the full name and address of the objector, the Order to which they relate and the grounds on which they are made.
In Stornoway, CnES says the 20mph speed limit will cover the majority of Stornoway town centre and also some residential and industrial areas. The Experimental Order is intended to operate for a period of 12 months. Following this period, the effects of the Order will be assessed along with its suitability to be made permanent.
In Stornoway, the following roads are affected:
Anderson Road (C34)
Battery Park Road
Castle Street (A857)
Church Street (C118)
Cromwell Street (A857)
Goathill Road (C118)
James St (A866)
Macaulay Road (A857)
Matheson Road (B8027)
Newton Street (C116)
North Beach Street (A857)
Plantation Road (A858/C34)
Sandwick Road (A866)
Seaforth Road (C116)
Seaview Terrace (C116)
Shell Street (C116)
South Beach Street