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Lower speed limits don’t just save lives – they make NZ towns and cities better places to live

By Simon Kingham, Professor of Human Geography, University of Canterbury
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Despite claims that lowering speed limits will harm the economy, evidence suggests journey times are hardly affected. And beyond reducing the road toll, there are health and climate benefits, too.The Conversation

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