Graphics

Here we show some graphics that may be used. You can right click on any of the images to download them.


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Our 2021 Christmas graphic

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Our Infographic on setting a national 20mph limit for England

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Our graphic on 20mph and emissions

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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)

Being hit at 20mph is like falling from a 1st floor window or into a 2.6m trench


Our Valentine's Day card 2021, including a 20mph poem, proved popular.  Here it is...


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.

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The template for the plate is here.

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Also available as a Word Doc or a PDF file


A 20's Plenty colouring page for children - Created by Sue Nicholls in our 20's Plenty for Hertfordshire campaign

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Also available as a Word Doc or a PDF file


 How 20mph/30kmh limits with public engagement beat physical calming in cost effectiveness

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Impact speeds (MPH) and the equivalent fall from height.

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The field of vision to observe pedestrians at 20mph and 30mph

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How vehicle noise decreases between 30mph and 20mph. A 3db decrease is equivalent to halving the noise.

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British Social Attitude Surveys over the years have shown a consistent 70% in favour of 20mph for residential roads.

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Risk of death for children

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Speed: The facts. Taken from a WHO publication.

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How speed Kills Infographic

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20 Saves a Plenty graphic from Bristol Cycling

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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.

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