European Citizen´s Initiative "30kmh – making streets liveable!"Navigation
We want to have real traffic safety and a better quality of life. So, we are asking for an EU-wide speed limit of 30 km/h in villages and cities. Register to vote with us – support our European Citizen´s Initiative (ECI).Sign now!
Only one day after the online-announcement of the ECI to the European commission, two 30km/h-activists had a direct talk to the EU transport commissioner, Siim Kallas. This is of special value as the commission is already discussing next steps on urban transport.Read More
The “European Citizens´ Initiative” for a EU wide 30km/h urban speed limit has been announced. Activists from eight EU member states have put the proposal to the European Commission today. As “European Mobility Week” commences this call highlights the importance of safer, quieter urban and village roads and better air quality for all through speed limit reduction. Legal checks of this initiative must be completed within 2 months.Read More
The EU commission has started an Online-Consultation on environmental noise which is open until 25th september 2012. Organisations and private persons as well as public authorities have the opportunity to tell their opinion on whether or not European noise policy is efficient enough.Read More
(The Guardian 15.5.2012) Could a default 20 mph (30 km/h) speed limit in the villages, towns and cities be as widely accepted as the smoking ban in pubs? English campaigners from the 20′s Plenty For Us movement say 8 million people now live in areas which are committed to adopting the limit for residential roads.Read More