A selection of videos

This video shows the difference in stopping distances between 30mph and 35mph: 21 feet.

The difference in stopping distance between 20mph and 30mph is 35 feet! If a child runs out 40 feet in front of you, at 20mph you would just stop in time. At 30mph you would hit them still doing 27mph – the equivalent impact speed of dropping them from a 3rd storey window.

That is why 20 is Plenty in residential roads

Professor Danny Dorling explains why he supports 20mph speed limits for residential roads:

And Rod King, founder of the national 20’s Plenty campaign explains more here:

20’s Plenty For Us from Streetfilms on Vimeo.

Footage from the May 2011 20mph Conference:

The 20mph City Conference from Rod King on Vimeo.

You can see more videos on 20’s Plenty here