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20MPH YouTube videos

20MPH YouTube videos

Slowing Down Traffic in Edinburgh and Belfast Part 1

The 20 mph project, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and the Wellcome Trust, is part of the largest and most comprehensive study to date into the effects of 20mph speed limits and speed zones to be undertaken in the UK. The research was led by the University of Edinburgh and conducted in collaboration with researchers from Queen’s University Belfast, University of Cambridge, University of Exeter, University of Bristol, University of East Anglia, Sustrans and NHS Health Scotland.

Slowing Down Traffic in Edinburgh and Belfast Part 2

More information on implementation and evaluation of the 20mph limits in Edinburgh and Belfast, UK.

A short animation about the 20MPH project.

The IT team at the University of East Anglia UEA have developed a short animation explaining the 20mph project. Thanks to Dr Karen Milton for co-ordinating the animation, and to Dr Ruth Hunter for providing the narration

An interview with SCPHRPs Professor Jepson about the project.



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