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Jeremy has campaigned for a fairer balance between people and motor vehicles for more than 15 years. As a member of the Southwark Living Streets, the group worked to encourage Southwark to introduce a borough-wide 20mph speed limit which was finally confirmed in 2012.
Since that time Jeremy has been the London campaign co-ordinator for 20’s Plenty for Us working with campaigners across London along with councillors, the boroughs, TfL and the GLA on the introduction of 20mph limits and improving compliance with them. More recently, policy has evolved rapidly with the adoption of Vision Zero targets.
Jeremy is also chair of London Living Streets which was formed in August 2016 to speak up for people on foot across London and which is made up of London’s many local Living Streets groups.
For over two decades, Amy has worked to improve the response of the justice system to road crashes and road danger. This includes with traffic law enforcement, collision investigation, criminal prosecution, sentencing and victims rights.
With Action Vision Zero since November 2019, Amy is coordinating their Roads Policing Campaign, with a joint PCC election manifesto with RoadPeace, 20’s Plenty for Us, British Cycling, Cycling UK, Living Streets, Road Danger Reduction Forum and Sustrans.
Previously Amy was the Advocacy and Justice Manager for RoadPeace, the national charity for road crash victims. She was responsible for developing policy and campaigns, monitoring developments in the justice system, and producing their guides explaining the justice system for road crash victims. Her reports include Justice and the Post Crash Response (2015), Road Death Investigation (2017), Causing Death by Careless Driving—10 years on (2018), and London Traffic law enforcement baseline review (2019). Amy has also worked for TRL in their international division, where her research on community participation in traffic law enforcement took her to RoadPeace. Amy is the Justice Advisor for the International Road Victims Partnership and has Masters degrees in Transportation Engineering and Planning from the University of Virginia.