The 20 effect takes road safety message to city’s Christmas shoppers

20 effect Christmas tree

Liverpool’s speed reduction programme, the 20 effect, has taken its message into the Christmas shopping rush with a pop-up event on Church Street (Wednesday 10 December) and is asking visitors to pledge to respect the 20mph speed limit by writing a message on the campaign Christmas tree baubles. With the support of the Liverpool BID

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South Liverpool’s residential streets to go 20mph

Residential streets across South Liverpool are to be covered by a 20mph speed limit in a bid to make the streets safer for all users. The 20 effect, which is already in place across areas of the city with statistically higher numbers of road accidents, is now being rolled out across areas like Mossley Hill,

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Santa’s Swap Sleighs for Cycles as they visit Alder Hey

Over 100 cyclists dressed as Santa made their way across the city in order to deliver Christmas presents for children at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. The Santa Bike Ride is an annual event organised by a number of partners including; Merseyside Police, this year’s event also supported The 20 Effect, Liverpool’s speed reduction campaign. There

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Hollyoaks Stars Lend Their Support

Hollyoaks stars Charlie Clapham and Sophie Austin lent a hand to show their support for Liverpool’s speed reduction campaign. The 20 Effect aims to heighten residents’ awareness of the dangers of driving at speed, including the often fatal impacts dangerous driving can have on the lives of others. Charlie and Sophie, who play Freddie Roscoe and

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Everton FC Support The 20 Effect

Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has backed a campaign urging motorists to slow down on the city’s roads. The Club has backed The 20 Effect campaign since its launch last year and now, as the 20mph signage is installed in North Liverpool, the Blues shot-stopper has thrown his weight behind the initiative once again. The slower

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The 20 Effect, Area Benefits

Nestled in between both the Anglican and Metropolitan Cathedrals, just off Hope Street, lies the idyllic Faulkner Street. The area is home to some of Liverpool’s most popular restaurants and grandest buildings; it’s a real suntrap in the summer and subsequently sees a lot of passing trade. Residents and visitors can now rest easy in

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