20’s Plenty 13th Annual Conference delegates hear how 20mph is becoming the new normal
Over 100 delegates from across the UK heard how 20mph is becoming the new normal where people live, work and play. Co-hosted by Landor Links and Oxfordshire County Council, the event was chaired by Debra Sims (Past President Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation). Academics, industry experts and campaigners shared news of national progress, local wins and the latest research on how wide area 20mph limits improve quality of life and public health.Read more
During the conference intervals we gave presenters and delegates the opportunity to say a few words on what they thought would be the benefits of 20mph limits as a norm. These provide a great insight into how 20mph as a default urban and village limit is becoming the norm across the UK.
Here are the 60 second videos we recorded at our 20's Plenty for Wales Conference from presenters and delegates.
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A sell out conference of 100 delegates met in Cardiff to share best practice on how to make streets healthier in Wales by reducing road risk at source through 20mph limits with a focus on 20mph as a national urban default.
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20mph limits tackle many public health issues including street safety, physical exercise, obesity, coronary heart disease and more. Public Health staff are strongly encouraged to attend the 20’s Plenty for Healthier Places Conference on Weds 8th March 2017. Health and slower speed experts will discuss best practice, innovation, research and cost effectiveness. 20mph limits are healthy and affordable. Councillors set local speedsRead more
City of London hosted the 7th National ‘Ready for 20mph’ conference in its prestigious Guildhall on 26 February. The UK’s big players on 20mph gave presentations to almost 100 attendees.
Cardiff’s cabinet member for Transport announced it will go 20mph.Read more