Canada: City of Calgary to launch public consultation on neighbourhood speed limits

In an 8-6 vote, city council voted Monday evening to move ahead with public engagement on neighbourhood speed limits.

The public engagement process, which will cost about $200,000, will include multiple options for reducing speed limits on residential and collector roads.

In a defeated motion, Coun. Peter Demong proposed that the public engagement process be put on hold for two years to save costs.