Keynote address: Scottish Minister for Transport, Fiona Hyslop MSP on how Scotland is proceeding to the next stage of 20mph
Featuring: Phil Jones on the experience of Wales as the first UK nation to implement a 20mph default
and Jenny Carson on the widespread adoption of 30km/h in Europe.
Plus: how 20mph has been implemented in Cities (Edinburgh and London) and rural areas (Scottish Borders) and
Hear from Public Health professionals on how street speeds impact population health.
Fiona Hyslop MSP (Minister for Transport, Scottish Government)
Phil Jones (Founder of Phil Jones Associates and chair of the Welsh Government 20mph Task Force)
Cllr Scott Arthur (Principal Policy Lead - Roads, City of Edinburgh Council)
Jeremy Leach (20's Plenty for London)
George Henry (National Operations Manager for Road Safety Policy and Education, Transport Scotland)
Kaarina Ruta (Transport Assistant, Welsh Local Government Association)
Jenny Carson (Programme Manager, Road Safety Performance Index, European Transport Safety Council)
Philippa Gilhooly (Traffic & Road Safety Management team leader, Scottish Borders Council)
Phil Noble (Strategy and Development Manager, City of Edinburgh Council)
Lisa Mackellaich (Road Safety Manager, The Highland Council)
Dr Sarah Jones (Consultant in Environmental Public Health, Public Health Wales) by video
Dr Margaret Douglas (Consultant in Public Health, Public Health Scotland)
Steve Birdsall (CEO, Gaist Ltd)
Martin Heath ( Technical Director, Project Centre Ltd)
Rod King MBE (Founder and Campaign Director, 20's Plenty for Us)
Are you interested in 20mph limit adoption in urban or rural areas?
Do your responsibilities include any of the following:
|Developing speed limit policies||Setting speed limits|
|Active travel||Public Health|
|Transport equality||Community cohesion|
|Noise abatement||Emission control|
|Road danger reduction||Child mobility|
or maybe you just want your place to be a better place to be?
Come to 20's Plenty for Us Conference in Scotland to hear respected speakers give
valuable insights into the developing best practice on 20mph speed limits.
Public Sector: £95
Private Sector: £175
(set to provide a cost-effective and informative day)
If you are a 20's Plenty campaigner please contact us at [email protected]
- December 07, 2023 at 9:30am – 4:30pm
City of Edinburgh Council Chambers
253 High St
Edinburgh EH1 1YJ
Google map and directions
Adrian or Anna