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Road safety, England

'Don't rush to conclusions on casualty jump in 20mph zones'

Road safety campaigners have acknowledged that DfT casualty figures for 2011 showed that as the total number of 20mph roads increases, so do the total number of casualties, but say this is not evidence of increased danger.

The 20's Plenty for Us campaign said that those who want to keep motor vehicle speeds high in town centres and where people live have jumped on the DfT statistic showing an increase of 24% in total casualties on 20mph roads between 2010 and 2011. But the campaign said that...

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