"Extension of my reply ; a longer (but readable i pretend) article against the 'speed kills' idea, which is the basis for speed limits and enforcement. Most of it you'll find on SafeSpeed.org and other sites, but it's always right…"
"Indeed, that's the work of David Engwicht (Mental Speed Bumps , Placemaking and more). Residents and shopkeepers must do exterior decorating, see and use the streets as corridors and squares as plazas. David has shown this makes all the…"
"One must read the Safe Speed site. The research and arguments destroy the speed limit case. It boils down to: the safe speed (range) is always dependant on the situation, never on fixed limits.
(Author Paul Smith curiously advocated sensible limits,…"
Look forward to your contributions, Stefan. In your profile or on a blog post you could insert a link to baluw if you like, although I just checked, and with it still being untranslated into English, it might not mean much to the group, even if there are members in different parts of the world. In that way we are quite insular.