Corporation Street in Tower Hamlets is one of the first arterial roads managed by Transport for London to get a 20mph limit

Local Campaigns and places saying 20's Plenty around the world

Although many national organisations throughout the country are campaigning for 20mph (or 30km/h) speed limits and are shown in our supporters page, we have nearly 400 local 20's Plenty campaigns which have been set up. 

Traffic Authorities which have already adopted an authority-wide policy of 20mph (or 30km/h) for residential street are shown with a 20mph sign.

And now we have included our 20mph and 30km/h campaigns and implementations from around the world

Click on any marker to see local contact details.

Local 20's Plenty for Us campaign for a default 20mph limit
Local Love 30 campaign for a default 30km/h limit
Place already setting a 20mph limit for most residential and shopping streets
 Place already setting a 30km/h limit for most residential and shopping streets

You can also view in a larger map here.

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  • Rod King
    commented 2018-07-18 06:40:57 +0100
    Chris
    Those will not be speed cameras but Speed Indication Devices. The problem is not the 20mph limit but lack of enforcement. One could equally say what is the point of having a police force if they won’t enforce laws set by the community. That’s their job. We have recently published a press release and briefing on how local authorities may enforce speed limits.
  • Chris Gillespie
    commented 2018-06-16 12:30:02 +0100
    Like the idea but are the efforts wasted when they are not enforced? Here in Newport majority of speed camera’s simply display the speed for the driver. On Stow hill where I live when the road isn’t bumber to bumper cars are regular passing thru at 40+ mph in the 30 zone, with several daily even exceeding this! I have even seen buses and taxis exceeding limits and as they’re livelihood at risk if caught seems they are not concerned by either consequences or actual enforcement.
  • Jenny Smedley
    commented 2016-06-06 08:08:13 +0100
    Thank you, I’ll look forward to seeing the website :)
  • Rod King
    commented 2016-06-05 19:16:55 +0100
    HI Jenny

    THis appears on your local website. I will contact you to explain.

    Rod
  • Jenny Smedley
    commented 2016-06-04 08:52:45 +0100
    I can’t find our petition online for Necton & Ivy Todd
  • Rod King
    commented 2016-04-28 08:59:15 +0100
    Thanks Mark. All fixed now

    Rod
  • Mark Davies
    commented 2016-03-24 07:58:07 +0000
    If I go on to the Who We Are / Local Campaigns page, I can zoom in on the map to West Yorkshire. If I click on the pin on the map for Marsh, Huddersfield, then a sidebar is displayed with information about the Marsh campaign. However, if I click on the URL I get a “server not found” error in my browser. The URL appears to http://www.marsh.2osplentyforus.org.uk/ which is incorrect – it has “2o” instead of “20”. If I manually correct it to be http://www.marsh.20splentyforus.org.uk/ then it works correctly and redirects to http://www.20splentyformarsh.moonfruit.com/ . Please can you fix this?
  • Rod King
    published this page in Who we are 2015-05-09 14:05:43 +0100