Which of these reasons are given by the UN for why a 30 km/ h speed limit is beneficial?
- 30 km/h streets are safe and healthy
- 30 km/h streets are green
- 30 km/h streets are liveable
- All of these
All of these reasons given by the UN for why a 30 km/ h speed limit are beneficial.
30 km/h streets are green
30 km/h (20 mph) streets are vital in efforts to shift to zero carbon mobility. To protect the environment, people need safe, low speed streets that encourage sustainable transport choices.
30 km/h streets are safe and healthy
30 km/h (20 mph) streets protect all who use them, but especially the most vulnerable, like pedestrians, cyclists, children, older people and people with disabilities.
30 km/h streets are liveable
Liveable streets, made possible by low speeds, are at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and can facilitate many of its targets.
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