20's Plenty for Us

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20's Plenty for Us is a voluntary organisation in the United Kingdom that campaigns for the introduction of a default 20 mph speed limit for streets in built up areas.

History

1999 The Environmental Transport Association begins its 20's Plenty campaign for a limit of 20 mph for residential streets and rural lanes.

2007 20's Plenty for Us was formed in November by Rod King.

2014 over 12 million Britons were living in areas where councils have endorsed the policy of 20's Plenty.

2016 over 15.5 million Britons were living where councils have endorsed the policy of 20's Plenty.

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