The Liverpool Plains Shire Council will this week consider introducing 40 kilometre speed zones on Quirindi’s main streets.
The proposed zones on George and Station streets are intended to complement recent landscaping and traffic calming works by council.
The draft plans have already been on public display and feedback will be presented at tomorrow’s council meeting.
Works director Greg Tory says some transport companies are opposed to the plan, claiming it will make it harder to travel through town.
“I wouldn’t like to pre-empt anything. We did only receive five responses from the community over 28 day exhibition period and it will be a matter for council to determine the validity or merits of those submissions,” he said.
“We’re presenting a report on those to council on Wednesday night, giving council the opportunity to determine if they’d like to proceed.”