Lower speed limits on residential streets in UK?

A new study reported by BBC: 20mph limit called for in towns

One of the interesting lines
"The Pacts report, called Beyond 2010 - a holistic approach to road safety in Great Britain, also recommends that all new residential developments should be subject to a "pint of milk test".

This is whether a resident can reach a shop to buy a pint of milk in under 10 minutes without using a vehicle."

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