Milan is the latest European city to say that 20’s Plenty, or more precisely 30k – Its OK

In the UK we are at the heart of that change with over 20% of the population in places that have or are implementing a 20mph limit for most roads.

The 6th Annual 20mph Places conference is in the Guildhall, Cambridge on 12th March and at a cost from just £125* this could be the best investment made all year.

  • It brings together presenters showing best practice implementations of city-wide 20mph limits in some of our major iconic conurbations.
  • It develops the public health and public sector equality benefits
  • It shows how it is a foundation for a cycling revolution and an urban renaissance.

Learn how 20mph limits go far beyond road safety and tick the many boxes for liveability, active travel, modal shift, noise reduction, casualty reduction and a real saving in future public health costs. Learn how funding can come from many sources rather than transport or road safety. Understand how your PSED relates to setting speed limitsFor Councillors

For officers and consultants in transport and public health

Gain from the real experience of implementations in Cambridge where zones with physically calmed entrances are leading the way in hybrid zonal 20mph limits. Find out about the large roll-out in Manchester and it promotion of community ownership. Learn how Liverpool with their 20Effect programme are leveraging city-pride and identity to make their roll-out successful. See how Calderdale are bringing public health and transport teams together to maximise behaviour change.

For everyone

Hear the keynote presentations and discussions from the leaders in cycle advocacy and pedestrian representation. Chris Boardman MBE and Joe Irvin.

You can download a conference leaflet from’s_miles_better.htm and make a direct booking at

* £125+vat rate for public sector booked before 17th Feb. See above links for full delegate rate range.

Campaigners please contact and there is a free campaigner evening event.

We really look forward to you booking and attending the conference. If you need any further details then please just contact 20s Plenty for Us – details at