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Two delegates for the price of one

13 May 2013

If you are  thinking of introducing 20mph limits in your area, or have you just started to experience the benefits of 20mph limits, PTRC has arranged a conference on 20mph limits on Thursday 23rd May in Coventry.

It will be sharing best practice and experiences of introducing 20mph limits.

  • · Discounted rates are available to CILT/CIHT/TPS/LA members for £175 + VAT.
  • · Group discounts available: two delegates for the price of one.
  • · Registered charity and community group rate: £99 + VAT

The conference is organised in partnership with 20’s Plenty for Us and Living Streets. The conference is supported by the local government Technical Advisers Group (TAG) and chaired by Phil Moore, TAG’s President-elect. This is a conference which will cover various aspects of 20mph limits including its impact on health. The day will be a great opportunity to share your experience with others and learn how to implement 20mph limits cost effectively in your areas. At the end of the day, a technical site visit is arranged for delegates to observe Coventry City Centre’s 20mph zone.

For further information please contact Anna Semlyen, 20’s Plenty for Us Campaign Manager;

Tel: 07572 120439 

Email: Anna.s@20splentyforus.org.uk

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