We are delighted that 20mph limits are featured in these videos :-
Short Debate in the Welsh Assembly on a default 20mph limit for Wales
What happens when an incident turns into a casualty?
Founder and Campaign Director of 20's Plenty for Us, Rod King, was asked to speak at the annual Academic Lecture held by the Road Safety Authority of Ireland on the subject of 30km/h speed limits at the start of their annual Road Safety Week on 2nd October 2017.
Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organisation on the importance of reducing vehicle speeds for the 4th UN Global Road Safety Week, 8th-14th May 2017. We are delighted to have been chosen by WHO to write the Slow Down Day Toolkit for use by campaigners around the world.
Thanks to StreetFilms of New York who have recently created a new video that shows our success.
They also produced a video showing the way that 20mph limits arte being used in the City of London
Also see how they have been rolled out across the London Boroughs from 2012 to Sept 2015
and Transport for London is now progressively upgrading its arterial roads to 20mph
Here is a presentation made at the International Child Road Safety Conference in Dublin. You can watch it in Vimeo.
In April 2015 The Middle Way Society approached us with an interest in the way that we worked with communities and councils to deliver a more balanced use of roads. The interview with Rod King was turned into a podcast which is available here.
For our 2014 20's Plenty conference we conducted an interview with the Under Secretary of State for Transport - Robert Goowill MP
Here is the video we made reporting on road casualties in the London Borough of Westminster
In May 2013 we were asked to give a Masterclass on campaigning for 20mph limits by the Movement for Liveable London as part of 3Spaces Re:THINK festival held in association with ourselves and Living Streets. The videos were produced by Brian Jones from Media for the Web
Rod King MBE presented on how to campaign effectively
Caroline Russell of Islington Living Streets
Jeremy Leach of 20's Plenty for Us and Jacqueline Saunders of Camden Council