Here we show some graphics that may be used. You can right click on any of the images to download them.
Our latest range of graphics are here
Our 2022 Valentine's Day graphics with optimal format for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are shown below:
You can download our Valentine's Day card here to send to...whoever you love...
Our Infographic on setting a national 20mph limit for England
Our graphic on 20mph and emissions
Being hit at 20mph is like falling into a 3.6m trench (or from a 1st floor window). At 30mph it's like falling into a 8.8m trench (or from a 3rd floor window)
We have re-created the paper plates first used in Hertfordshire for children to say whey they want a 20mph limit. Here are some examples.
The template for the plate is here.
A 20's Plenty colouring page for children - Created by Sue Nicholls in our 20's Plenty for Hertfordshire campaign
How 20mph/30kmh limits with public engagement beat physical calming in cost effectiveness
Impact speeds (MPH) and the equivalent fall from height.
The field of vision to observe pedestrians at 20mph and 30mph
How vehicle noise decreases between 30mph and 20mph. A 3db decrease is equivalent to halving the noise.
British Social Attitude Surveys over the years have shown a consistent 70% in favour of 20mph for residential roads.
Risk of death for children
Speed: The facts. Taken from a WHO publication.
How speed Kills Infographic
20 Saves a Plenty graphic from Bristol Cycling
Its physics! People ask about how 20mph limits reduces emissions. This graphic shows the difference in energy (from fuel) required to reach 20mph or 30mph.