If paying by invoice: All fees are payable in advance of the event. Delegates may be refused admission if payment is not received prior to the event.
All bookings are subject to payment terms.
*Promocodes must be redeemed at time of purchase
*Please ensure firstname.lastname@example.org has been added to your safe senders list
The world is changing its perspective on what is an appropriate speed for motor vehicles wherever they share public spaces with people. 30km/h or 20mph is becoming the new global norm for urban and village streets shared between motors and people.
Gone are the days of designing our streets around cars and instead there is a recognition that a healthy city, town or village needs a far better balance in risk and convenience between the people inside and those outside motor vehicles.
With most of the larger urban authorities having already set a 20mph limit as a norm, it is increasingly clear that what is good for residents in cities is also good for residents in towns and villages.
Already thousands of parish councils have called on their county council to set a 20mph limit as a norm. Some counties have already done so.
This conference will feature speakers from several counties who have already or are saying 20’s Plenty for our places.
We will also feature a session where the Welsh Government will outline its plans to replace the national 30mph limit with a 20mph default with exceptions.
The conference will provide an in-depth perspective of the challenges and opportunities for 20mph in shire counties and rural communities. It will reveal not only how it may be done successfully, but also demonstrate the outcomes from such a change.
Welsh Government - National 20mph Limit (by video)
How we are explaining it - The engagement process
How we are doing it - The technical process
The police role
The local authority role
Followed by Q & A
Emissions at 20mph
20's Plenty for all of Us
Q & A
Campaigner of the Year Award
20mph as a norm in Oxfordshire - Plans
20mph outcomes in county towns and communities
20mph as a norm in Cornwall - Plans
Using GPS data to show 20mph zone compliance
Dan Saunders, Head of Products, Basemap
Campaigning in Cornwall
Campaigning in North Yorkshire
The recognition of benefits from setting such a standard now goes far beyond road danger reduction to include a more attractive public realm, public health, active travel, noise and emission reduction, traffic reduction, etc. and are complementary to so many other public realm interventions. This is also being adopted around the world in the form of a 30kmh limit for urban and community spaces and as an essential element in a "safe system" approach to road safety.
By exhibiting at this year's 20’s Plenty event you will meet with highways officers, transport planners, road safety and road danger reduction professionals, local councillors, public health officers and key service providers who are tasked with improving road safety, reducing emissions, traffic reduction, and implementing and enforcing 20mph zones across the UK.
Commercial Development Manager
0207 091 7895
TransportXtra is part of Landor LINKS
© 2022 TransportXtra | Landor LINKS Ltd | All Rights Reserved
Subscriptions, Magazines & Online Access Enquires
[Frequently Asked Questions]
Email: email@example.com | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7959
Shop & Accounts Enquires
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7855
Advertising Sales & Recruitment Enquires
Email: email@example.com | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7861
Events & Conference Enquires
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7865
Press Releases & Editorial Enquires
Email: email@example.com | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7091 7875
Web design london by Brainiac Media 2020