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 30 km/h in Graz
BYPAD Modul: Bicycle infrastructure and safety Graz   (Austria)
Graz (Austria) a city of 240000 inhabiants introduced a speed limit of 30 km/h for the entire city area - excepting major roads.


During this experiment, the number of injured persons and the severity of accidents within the whole city area dropped dramatically. The number of injured pedestrians dropped most. The subjective noise burden on local residents in so called traffic calmed streets dropped noticeably. Average speeds also decreased demonstrably.

In the BYPAD questionnaire for cities this example fits to module 5 question 15


Dirk Ligtermoet


Dirk Ligtermoet


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