Built-up Area (Highway Code)

Built-up Area (Highway Code)

In the UK Highway Code, a built-up area is a settled area in which the speed limit of a road is automatically 30 mph (48 km/h). These roads are known as 'restricted roads' and are identified by the presence of street lights.

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Built-up Area (Highway Code) - Legislation
... in the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 RTRA 1984) ... Other relevant legislation includes the HighwaysAct 1980,where Sections 90A-F cover road humps and Sections 90G-I cover other traffic-calming works ... Part VI of the RTRA 1984 deals specifically with speed limits,with Sections 81-84 dealing with different speed limits and the speed-limit order-making process ...

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