Tuesday, 29 January 2008

20 mph on residential streets, please!

Many streets in my ward are highly residential areas where, unfortunately, a small number of drivers drive TOO FAST.
For safety's sake, we need 20mph speed limits.

Furthermore: 'Modal shift' (to less polluting transport modes: bus, bike, foot) is the key to reducing carbon emissions. Cars driving too fast is the key reason why people do not shift to bike and foot. Ergo: reducing speed limits is the key to reducing carbon emissions.

20mph limits are green.

1 Comments:

Blogger weggis said...

The most effective means of reducing the speed of vehicles on our roads is...A traffic jam.

29 January 2008 at 15:50  

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Many streets in my ward are highly residential areas where, unfortunately, a small number of drivers drive TOO FAST.
For safety's sake, we need 20mph speed limits.

Furthermore: 'Modal shift' (to less polluting transport modes: bus, bike, foot) is the key to reducing carbon emissions. Cars driving too fast is the key reason why people do not shift to bike and foot. Ergo: reducing speed limits is the key to reducing carbon emissions.

20mph limits are green.
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