20mph speed limits reduce traffic speed making our streets safer, healthier and cleaner in areas where we live, work and play.
Reducing speed cuts accidents and saves lives, while encouraging walking and cycling and lowering air pollution.
However there is currently an incomplete patchwork of 20mph zones across Scotland as the process for creating discrete 20mph zones remains costly and time-consuming for councils.
Mark Ruskell MSP is now consulting on a Members Bill to change the default speed limit in built up areas across Scotland from 30mph to 20mph.
Councils could keep some streets with higher speed limits in consultation with communities, but these would be the exception rather than the rule.
The consultation is now live and Mark would like to hear your views ahead of bringing a full Bill to Holyrood.