• What Will Peterborough City Council Gain From The 20mph Places Conference?

    In 2011, residential 20mph limits without traffic calming, won EU and UK Government best practice status. Therefore, wide-scale 20mph limit implementations are inevitable.

    Consultation, engagement and implementation incur costs - about £1400 per km or £2-£3.50 per head - ie £500k for a city of 200,000 people.

    Coming to the 20mph Places Conference on 1st May at London Transport Museum has these benefits.

    • Save the authority money by learning how to consult, social market and implement 20mph limits well. Also understand funding strategies and how to win partner organisation contributions.

    • Save time by having an implementation strategy that works quickly to gain popularity and driver compliance

    • Avoid making mistakes / de-risk your implementation of 20mph limits by learning to avoid potential pitfalls.

    • Learn the best practice evidence on how to most quickly and effectively reduce the number and severity of road casualties where you live

    The 20mph Places conference is in collaboration with PTRC training – see http://www.ptrc-training.co.uk/event.php?id=270

    20's Plenty for Us Peterborough asks Peterborough City Council who it will send to the Conference and what it hopes to gain from attending. A formal response is invited, addressed to peterborough@20splentyforus.org.uk

    Anna Semlyen, 20’s Plenty for Us Campaign Manager, T: 07572 120439 e: Anna.s@20splentyforus.org.uk

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