By reducing traffic speed to 30km/h (20 mph), we increase the safety and well-being of citizens, improve coexistence and protect the environment..
Emotional Driving joins “Streets for Life #Love30” initiative, a United Nations call to individuals, companies and political bodies to limit speeds to 30 km/h (20mph) in areas where people and cars coexist and contribute to making streets healthy, environmentally friendly and suitable for coexistence.
Streets for Life #Love30
It’s a commitment to road safety and people’s lives.
A commitment that spans more than 30 years at Gonvarri and more than 5 years in the case of Emotional Driving.
A commitment to innovation, to society and to people’s lives.
Our ultimate motivation is to contribute to making cars and roads safer and thus save lives
Reducing speed on urban roads would help to reduce accident rates by 80%, although the initiative will also reduce noise pollution levels, especially in large cities, and air pollution.
Traffic speed reduction
goal 3.6 for Good Health and Well-being and halve the number of deaths and injuries caused by road traffic crashes worldwide by 2030.
+1,3MPeople die every year worldwide in road accidents
1 each 23Seconds. A real problem
15 to 29Main cause of death among young people
Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030
Streets For Live – #Love30 is framed within the Sixth United Nations Global Road Safety Week.
But there is no end to the commitment to road safety.
The Guidelines for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030 will be presented at the Sixth United Nations Global Road Safety Week. Gonvarri and Emotional Driving reaffirm their commitment to road safety and achieve the ambitious goal of preventing at least 50% of road traffic deaths and injuries by 2030.