Speed Limits Reduced In Spain

Speed Limits Reduced In Spain.  The standard speed limit on secondary roads has been reduced to 90kph.

Speed Limits Reduced In Spain

Speed Limits Reduced In Spain

From today, the 29th January 2019, speed limits on secondary roads in Spain have been reduced to 90kph.  Previously the limit on these roads has been 100kph.  The move is designed to reduce fatal crashes, currently 66% of these happen on the secondary roads.

The DGT have temporarily amended road signs with stickers, which will be replaced with permanent signs later this year.

Speed Limits Spain

Published: 29.01.2019

Written by Dave James

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