80 km/h school zone limit

Stanstead Journal - - NEWS - Staff Ayer’s Cliff

Once again show­ing the spe­cial in­tel­li­gence given to charge hold­ers (the real trans­la­tion of fonc­tion­naires) the Min­istère des Trans­ports du Que­bec has re­fused the Mu­nic­i­pal­ity of Ayer’s Cliff’s re­quest to slow to 50km/h the speed limit im­posed in front of the Col­lege des Servites, even if a D-270-3-D sign is there show­ing a play area for 150 me­ters. A D-270-3-D sign in­di­cates a dan­ger ac­cord­ing to the MTQ’s own spec­i­fi­ca­tions avail­able on its spe­cial­ized web site: www.mtqsig­nal­i­sa­tion.mtq.gouv.qc.ca. The sig­nage is so com­plex that one won­ders who can dream of it. Com­ing from the au­toroute, there are signs for 80 km, then in rapid suc­ces­sion a sign an­nounc­ing a 50km zone com­ing soon, fol­lowed 20 me­ters af­ter with

Photo Stanstead Jour­nal

The con­fu­sion of signs at the Col­lege des Servites com­ing into Ayer’s Cliff.

The D-270-3-D sign.

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