It's been a busy month here at Love 30 towers, we've been celebrating the official introduction of 30 km/h on many roads within Dublin's canals, with a welcome from local schoolkids, guards and quite a few politicians.
We have more plans to come with the UN's Road Safety Week on May 8 -14, watch this space.
Road Safety Authority statistics shows how lower speeds dramatically reduce the number of people killed in collisions. They also reduce the severity of injury in any collisions that occur.
When parents and children can walk and cycle in their neighbourhood, families benefit from healthier children, less stress and more money in their pockets.
The Love 30 Campaign calls on all Local Authorities to introduce more 30km/h zones in urban areas, but particularly in town centres, residential estates, and in the vicinity of schools and places of public assembly.
We are delighted to share the news that Dublin City Council introduced a default 30km/h limit within the canals of Dublin at the end of March 2017!