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Why 30 for Children and Youth

31 March 2021

Source: Kate Turner, FIA Foundation.

Streets for life, the theme of this year’s UN Road Safety Week, focuses on policy advocacy for low-speed streets.

Why ‘Streets for Life’? Because for children and youth across the world, 30km/h streets can be a literal life-saver. And they can also be the key that opens up our urban space for healthier, more equitable and climate-friendly living.

Read more of Kate's article on the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety website.

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