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It’s time for 20mph to become national urban default limit

Rod King MBE 20’s Plenty for Us, Warrington WA13
02 June 2021
 

The 6th UN Global Road Safety Week ran from 17 to 23 May. Central to the week was the call for 30km/h or 20mph to become the maximum speed wherever motor vehicles mixed with pedestrians and cyclists in a planned way unless there was clear evidence that a higher speed was safe. See www.unroadsafetyweek.org

Taglines were #StreetsForLife and #Love30 in km/h and #Love20 in mph. This was the first UN Global Road Safety Week that called for an explicit intervention. And it was based on the resolution...

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