A 50mph speed limit has been introduced on the A249 Sheppey Crossing in Kent.
It follows a serious crash last July in which a mother and her eight year-old son were killed.
The coroner investigating asked Highways England to consider urgent safety measures on the bridge, which is the main link between the M2 at Stockbury and Sheerness.
In September 2013, sixty people were injured after more than 120 cars crashed. More than thirty thousand drivers use the crossing every day.
Safety is Highways England’s top priority. We are fully supporting the inquest into the tragic incident that happened on the Sheppey Crossing last July.
Our objective is ensuring safe and reliable journeys on the A249 and the Sheppey Crossing for the 30,000 drivers who depend on it every day.
The speed limit will be carefully assessed to monitor its effect on road safety and Highways England will continue to keep the safety performance of the A249 under constant review.
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