Road Safety Foundation supports Project Edward

Road Safety Foundation congratulates the work of this year’s Project EDWARD – Every Day Without A Road Death for its promotion of an evidence-led “Safe System” approach in tackling road risk – the long-term objective of which is a road traffic system free from death...

Safe roads for all

The Safe Roads for All Report released this week, and informed by RSF’s EuroRAP UK results, has called on the UK Government to deliver a Safe and Healthy Mobility Strategy and Action Plan for Roads 2021-2030. The expert report to the UK Government was prepared...

Building Back Safer

British EuroRAP Results 2021: Building Back Safer – Making Roads Fit for 2030 Titled ‘Building Back Safer – Making Roads Fit for 2030’, this year’s report produced in partnership with Ageas Insurance, tracks the performance of motorways and ‘A’ roads in Great Britain....

Looking Back – Moving Forward

This annual report tracks the safety of Britain’s motorways and ‘A’ roads, on which 60% of road deaths take place. Well-targeted packages of intevention can tackle these deaths and generate high economic returns: every year, more than £1.8 billion is diverted from...

Take this opportunity to tackle England’s highest risk roads

The Road Safety Foundation and one of the UK’s largest motor insurers Ageas have today called on the Government to commit to a new Safer Roads Fund as a major investment in the country’s road network. Boris Johnson is expected to announce a spend of £900m for...