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The whole 20's Plenty movement is driven not from the top, but from the grass roots aspiration within communities to make them better places to be and live. It is the actions of individual members of public, councils and professionals who see that when public spaces are less dominated by motor vehicles then they become better for all, including those within the vehicles.

You can become one of the tens of thousands in the movement by talking within your community with friends and associates about how we can all change our behaviour to go a little bit slower and make the community a whole lot better.

 

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  • Rod King
    commented 2015-10-14 09:33:40 +0100
    Thanks for your comment Catherine. Particular residential roads being used as rat-runs by inconsiderate and “illegal” drivers is neither new or confined to Cambridge. Both traffic authority and police should be looking at this issue to make the road less attractive for rat-running and include appropriate additional speed management methods including additional signs and enforcement. Local authorities also issue taxi licenses so do have the opportunity to take action against any taxi drivers which consistently flout the law. The size of the signs will be as laid down by the Traffic Signage regulations, but these may be complemented by additional carriageway roundels, signage, entrance gateways and other methods.
  • Catherine Wheeler
    commented 2015-10-13 11:04:50 +0100
    We have 20mph zones in cambridge, but how on earth do we enforce them? The road I live on with my young children is a rat run for building works vehicles, taxi’s and regular cars and they are not adhering to the zone. Also. We have bikes, in ese zones, breaching red lights at pedestrian crossings at alarming rates ( we have statistical evidence to back this up). What to do?! The 20 signs are so small I fear they go unnoticed.