Wales votes to make 20mph the default urban limit

Wales looks likely to become the first part of the UK to make 20mph the default speed limit on restricted roads after the Welsh Parliament supported the idea.

The 20mph policy has been championed by Lee Waters, the deputy minister for economy and transport, who was director of Sustrans Cymru before becoming a Labour politician.  Lee Waters paid tribute to the contributions from task force members Rod King, founder of campaign group 20’s Plenty for Us, and Prof Adrian Davis.

Read more in Transport Xtra’s article.

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