Measuring to Manage: British EuroRAP Results 2013

Measuring to Manage: British EuroRAP Results 2013

The government has recognised Britain is falling behind other countries and announced the “biggest ever upgrade of our existing roads worth up to £50bn over the next generation”. With road crashes costing 2% of GDP, key competitors are measuring and...
Engineering A Safer Future: British EURORAP Results 2012

Engineering A Safer Future: British EURORAP Results 2012

The government is undertaking a radical review of the finance and ownership of our major roads. Shortly, some of the fuel and road tax that drivers pay may well go directly to new organisations responsible for managing roads. The arrangements for monitoring safety...
Simple Measures Save Lives: British EURORAP Results 2011

Simple Measures Save Lives: British EURORAP Results 2011

Simple Measures Save Lives details the challenges and success stories in reducing the most serious crashes. It underlines the importance of designing out hidden surprises with self-explaining and forgiving roads. It shows how affordable investment in simple measures...
Saving Lives for Less: British EURORAP 2010 Results

Saving Lives for Less: British EURORAP 2010 Results

This report provides the most comprehensive analysis of its type anywhere in the world. It shows not only that Britain can reduce road deaths and serious injuries, but that we can do so with high economic returns by targeting a relatively small mileage of high risk...