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20 is Plenty

20 is Plenty Works to Create More Space for Safe Walking and Biking on Residential Streets

On Friday, May 8, 2020, the Tacoma City Council passed Resolution No. 40600 relating to vehicle speeds, social distancing, and safe movement on Tacoma’s streets.

 

The 20 is Plenty campaign is partnering with Compassionate Tacoma, under the belief that each of us has the ability to make Tacoma a more welcoming, connected, resilient, and vibrant community by listening and serving others with love.

 

20 is Plenty is working to create more space for safe walking on residential streets, as well as promote walking, biking, and people powered transportation. More than ever, people are out using residential streets differently than they have before. This campaign encourages us to all look out for each other, be a good neighbor, and slow down to 20 miles per hour while driving on residential streets, because 20 is Plenty.

 

Help Spread the Word-Print Your Own Signs

You've seen them pop up in windows in different neighborhoods, and now you can print your own! The signs are an easy way to encourage safer driving in your neighborhood and show your support. Check out the two different signs below.

 

 

20 is Plenty


Print your
20 is Plenty sign here.  

 

 

 

Look Out for Each Other
Print your Look Out for Each Other sign here.

 

Join the Conversation

Take a photo of your signs (in locations outlined below) and post to social media with #20isplentytacoma and #compassionatetacoma. This can help spread the word and encourage others to find out more about this campaign.

 

Where Can I Put Them?

Place signs on either your private property or in locations that do not obstruct visibility for people traveling.

  • YES: in a window on your property or in your front yard (clear of sidewalks or public pathways

  • NO: on someone else's property (without their permission), on utility poles, or too close to an intersection or driveway that it blocks visibility (sight distance tip sheet)

20 is Plenty signs should only be placed on residential streets.

 

Vision Zero

The 20 is Plenty campaign is part of Vision Zero This is a strategy to eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries, while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all.

 

To sign up for Vision Zero Updates, please contact Dan Pike.