The 20s Plenty for Us annual conference will include sessions covering lessons learnt from implementing 20mph limits, and the effects of 20mph on public health.
The conference, titled ’20 it’s miles better’, is being held in Cambridge on 12 March.
The agenda includes presentations from local authority representatives from Cambridge, Manchester and Liverpool who will share lessons learned from implementing 20mph schemes in their areas.
Chris Boardman MBE (British Cycling) and Joe Irvin (Living Streets) will discuss the role of 20mph in the ‘cycling revolution’ and ‘urban renaissance’ respectively.
Paul Butcher (Calderdale Council) and Dr Joanne-Marie Cairns (Durham University) will examine the effects of 20mph on public health.
There is an early bird booking rate of £125 for public sector employees who book before 17 February – click here to book or for more information.