6th UN Global Road Safety Week: #Love30

17 – 23 May 2021

The theme of the 6th UNGRSW is 30km/h on urban streets where people walk, live, and play, under the slogan: Streets for Life and hashtag #Love30 (or #Love20 where mph are used).

There is strong evidence that maximum 30km/h roads save lives, especially among pedestrians, cyclists, children, and young people, and have environmental and other benefits.

NGOs around the world will use the week to push toward commitments for 30km/h, recognizing that different countries are at different stages in that journey, that policy change takes more than a week and a campaign and that change in attitudes, policy and implementation will be incremental.

Alliance Member Grants

Apply for a small grant

Alliance members can apply for a small grant toward their UN Global Road Safety campaigns. Check out the criteria and find the application form.

Alliance Events for UN Global Road Safety Week

Join our online events

The Alliance will have regional events in Latin America and Europe, leading up to a #Love30 Global Rally on Wednesday 19 May 2021 during the UN Global Road Safety Week.

Join the UN Global Road Safety Week

Sign the Call to Action

Sign up to the campaign and sign the open letter via the global campaign website.

Plan Your Campaign

How will you push for 30km/h streets for your community? Check out ideas in the toolkit.

Share on Social Media

Download the materials, share photos with the signboard, and create your Facebook frame.

Gather endorsements

Get your policy makers to endorse 30km/h streets or start a community petition to demonstrate support for low speed streets.

More resources to help you with your campaign

Alliance Capacity Building Resources

In the run up to the UN Global Road Safety Week, the Alliance has been running a series of capacity building sessions for NGOs to plan their campaigns.

Why 30

Read our series of articles on the case for 30km/h from experts from different fields.


Read case studies from Alliance members around the world campaigning for 30km/h