Dundee residents have just under four weeks left to have their say on proposals to reduce the speed limit to 20mph on hundreds of residential streets.
The City Council launched one of its biggest-ever consultation exercises on the proposals last November.
It would see speed limits cut to 20mph across large swathes of the city.
Principal roads such as Perth Road, the Kingsway, Lochee Road and the A92 Tay Road Bridge would be unaffected.
But hundreds of other streets could see the speed limits slashed if the council presses ahead with the plans, including Forth Crescent in Menzieshill and Buttar’s Loan.
The consultation closes on June 30. The local authority will then analyse the responses before councillors are asked to vote on the changes.
Will Dawson, convener of Dundee City Council’s city development committee said: “This is one of the longest running and thorough consultation exercises that we have ever undertaken because we recognise the importance of the issues involved.
“It is also clear from the informal feedback I’ve had that road safety and the volume and speed of traffic are hot topics in neighbourhoods throughout Dundee.
“We want to hear what people have to say and take into account their opinions when we make decisions about the future of the roads network in Dundee, so I would strongly encourage everyone to visit our website to make their voices heard.
“Anyone who wants to take part should go to www.dundeecity.gov.uk/20mphconsultation before June 30.
There are already a number of 20mph streets in Dundee and in February the new, lower speed limits were also introduced in Mill o’ Mains, Harestane Road and the new Western Gateway housing development.
Safety campaign groups such as the charity Brake have long advocated the introduction of lower speed limits and said it is “wholeheartedly” behind the City Council’s plans.
A driver can bring a car travelling at 20mph to a halt in 12 metres compared to the 23 metres it takes travelling at 30mph.
And if someone is hit by a car travelling at 20mph there it a 10% chance they will be killed, compared to a 50% chance if the car is moving at 30mph.
Brake spokesman Dave Nichols said: “Everybody has the right to walk or cycle to school, to work, or around their local community without fear of being knocked down by fast traffic.
“That’s why Brake works with communities across the country to help them achieve road safety improvements in their area, and we are wholeheartedly behind plans to introduce 20mph speed limits throughout Dundee.
“Widespread 20mph limits are a proven way to reduce casualties, particularly among more vulnerable road users.
“As part of the GO20 campaign, Brake is calling for the national urban default speed limit to be reduced to 20mph.
“This would remove administrative and financial barriers for local authorities such as Dundee City Council, and end the current lottery whereby your postcode dictates whether you benefit or not.”