Pass the Safe Neighborhood Streets Bill (SB 221, HB 3877)

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Speed is one of the lead killers on Texas streets, like drunk driving and distracted driving, yet our state and local policies encourage Texans to drive too fast. If a person is hit by a car going 20 mph, they have a 95% chance of surviving, but speeding up to just 40 mph means only a 15% chance of survival. 750 people die every year in Texas from "speed related" crashes - two people every single day.

Every Texas kid deserves the freedom of playing in their yard and walking around their neighborhood without the fear of dying in a high speed car crash. Unfortunately, Texas law sets a 30 mph speed limit on our little neighborhood streets, a speed at which half of people hit will die or suffer horrible injuries.

We want to lower the prima facie speed limit - the default for little streets without a posted speed limit - from 30 to 25 mph. SB 221 / HB 3877 would change the prima facie speed limit in the largest Texas cities. Each of these cities has already endorsed this option and wants the prima facie residential street speed limit within their city to be 25mph.

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