The ‘20’s Plenty for Us’ campaign is urging people to download casualty maps from its website and use them to make a case for 20mph limits on their local roads.
20’s Plenty says that the maps allow users to view information about virtually every reported fatality and injury that occurred on roads in Great Britain from 2000 to 2010 (as a result of a collision involving a motor vehicle). Information details those killed, seriously injured and slightly injured as well as their mode of transport.
20’s Plenty says that the maps can be used to “help councillors understand the need for wide 20 mph limits to prevent road crashes”.
Click here to download the casualty map.
For more information contact Anna Semlyen, 20’s Plenty for Us campaign manager, on 07572 120439.