Since 2002, the Road Safety Foundation have published the British EuroRAP Risk Mapping and Performance Tracking results for British motorways and 'A' roads. The results have prompted the questions:
- What has been done on the 'most improved' road?
- What is wrong with 'persistently higher risk' roads?
- What should be done?
This report answers those questions with a focus on safe road design. How can the in-built safety of roads contribute to minimising the likelihood of a crash and, in the event of a crash, protect from death or serious injury?