Wolves on Wheels has today published its response to the consultation by WCC on its Road Safety Plan for 2009 to 2012.

The campaign is pressing for broader targets that benefit the living [quality of life improvements] as well as the reduction in casualties. A strong stance is taken in support of a default 20mph speed limit for the whole of Wolverhampton.


This is a consultation response by Wolves on Wheels to the WCC Road Safety Plan for 2009 to 2012.

The campaign is pressing for broader targets that benefit the living [ quality of life improvements] as well as the reduction in casualties.

A strong stance is taken in support of a default 20mph speed limit for the whole of Wolverhampton.

A broader range of measures for improving conditions for cycling are also proposed.

PDF can be downloaded here.
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