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Action Vision Zero
Supporting campaigns to end road danger and traffic harm.
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Action Vision Zero 8h
Along with & , we recently compared 2018 officer detected sanctions across & . A wide range of efforts was revealed. Read more, and view the data:
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Action Vision Zero 20h
Thanks to all for a productive meeting. We’re fully behind the fantastic work that and his teams are doing. .
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Rod King MBE Jul 2
Good to see the scourge of pedestrians that is Euston Road, London is getting a 20mph limit. Society is recognising that max speed between lights does NOT determine trip times, but has a massive effect on pedestrian and cycle danger, both real and perceived. Thank you
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brian deegan Jul 1
is up featuring on micro mobility, showing why we should move Bournemouth sharing some great info-graphics and doing what he does best.
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Action Vision Zero Jul 1
Speedy response here - we need to see robust enforcement like this everywhere though.
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Action Vision Zero Jun 30
Can be a catalyst to reduce road casualties? talked last week of technology playing its part, and tackling . We also need to design safe roads, crossings, junctions, cycle tracks to truly achieve .
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Action Vision Zero Jun 30
From the recent report on policing and : “the majority of road users feel strongly that there is a need for more enforcement...there is growing concern amongst drivers that there are...not enough police officers on the roads”.
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BBC Radio London Jun 29
"Make speed socially unacceptable." The highest speeds recorded during the lockdown in London were: ◾️ 163mph on a 70mph road ◾️ 134mph on a 40mph road ◾️ 110mph on a 30mph road ◾️ 73mph on a 20mph road has a clear message for drivers on the roads of our city 👇
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Action Vision Zero Jun 29
Together with and , we’ve written to all 40 and Crime Commissioners in & , calling for higher and more consistent levels of roads policing. Openness and engagement are key.
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Action Vision Zero Jun 26
We’re pleased to have joined with and others to call for a in . We urgently need to rebalance our streets and the way we see our planet.
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NZLiving Streets Jun 26
What is the impact of road trauma? A lifetime struggle
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Action Vision Zero Jun 26
Your mother sounds amazing. So sorry that this happened though.
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Andy Cox Jun 25
With over 16k; 2020 is already highest ever year for speeding enforcement in . To protect vulnerable road users there has been added focus in 20 & 30mph roads which account for ‘over half’ of the enforcements. Perfectly timed with anticipated rise in .
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Action Vision Zero Jun 26
Replying to @RBKgreens
Sorry to hear this. People hit by a vehicle travelling at 30mph are four times more likely to die than those hit at 20mph. It’s a no brainer. Do we value speed, or life?
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💚Kingston & Surbiton Greens💚 Jun 24
This is saddening and disappointing Many London boroughs are 20 MPH zones This borough won’t be We will continue to press the message that
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Action Vision Zero Jun 25
Yes, sounds very like the vision zero approach! We’d just add safe junctions and crossings to your list.
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Action Vision Zero Jun 25
Sadly it's become so much more prevalent hasn't it. Needs several different approaches to really nail it, too.
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Action Vision Zero Jun 25
Don't forget this is happening at 2:30pm today. Still time to register 👇.
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Action Vision Zero Jun 25
Great piece here from on the need for speed limiters and the lowering of speed limits. "Inappropriate speed is a contributory factor in 24% of collisions which result in death".
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Action Vision Zero Jun 25
No other motoring offence causes as much risk, intimidation or environmental damage as . We’ve written to all 40 Police and Crime Commissioners to call for higher and more consistent levels of roads across & .
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