AUGUST 2020

News

Ask your County Councillor to support 20mph

zones throughout Herts towns and villages

Photograph by Lewis Clarke

During lockdown roads felt safer and we saw everyone from small children to the elderly out cycling and walking. Air pollution fell and carbon emissions dropped.

Now, however, cars are back and many feel too threatened to cycle, walk or play on their streets. But with 20 mph speed limits on roads like yours, we can make our streets feel safer once again.

 

Take action now

 

Hertfordshire County Council is proposing a Speed Management Strategy which, if adopted in this form, would mean that speed limits are decided on the basis of existing traffic speeds rather than for reasons of safety and the environment.

We have until 16th September to ask County Councillors to support a Strategy that will permit town and village wide 20 mph zones.

Please email your County Councillor and ask them for a Speed Management Strategy enabling speed limits to be determined for reasons of safety and the environment.

St. Albans Friends of the Earth is part of the 20s Plenty for St. Albans District Coalition.

 

And finally... Get active on social media

If you've not joined the St.Albans Friends of the Earth Facebook Group yet, then there's no time like the present.

And get on Twitter to find us at @stalbansfoe

If you're really keen, then get some top tips to be really effective on social media here.

ABOUT US >

Here at St.Albans and District Friends of the Earth we’re keen to do what we can to improve our environment here and in the rest of the world. We’re a small, friendly group who meet once a month. 

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