Campaigners fighting for tighter speed restrictions outside a rural school in Dumfries and Galloway have won their 10-year battle for action.
A part-time 20mph limit will be placed outside the school
Council officials have agreed to apply a part-time 20mph limit outside Cummertrees Primary.
The school lies outside the village's 30mph zone and is on the B724 - a road with a 60mph speed limit.
The action follows a vigorous campaign led by parents and staff and supported by local politicians and councillors.
Chair of the Cummertrees Primary School PTA Karen Hamilton said everyone was pleased by the decision.
"We are absolutely delighted - the whole of the local community and parents," she said.
"The PTA and the school have been campaigning for something to be done.
"I think it will be a lot safer for our children to travel to school on foot as well as by car."