Pacific Highway's notorious blackspot's new speed limit

THE SPEED LIMIT in Ulmarra has changed today following months of community campaigning to make the road through their town safer for residents and road users.

The Grafton Daily Examiner reported this morning that changes will see the existing 80 km/h speed limit on the southern approach to Ulmarra extended by 750 metres south with the existing 50 km/h speed limit on the southern approach to be extended by 370 metres south.

Additionally, the existing 50 km/h speed limit on the northern approach will be extended by 300 metres north.

These changes are in response to a speed zone review carried out by Roads and Maritime Services in accordance with the NSW Speed Zoning Guidelines.

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