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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....

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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...

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GETTING BACK ON TRACK

GETTING BACK ON TRACK

  The highest annual number of road deaths since 2011 were recorded on Great Britain’s roads in 2017. After decades of trauma reduction, we have reached a plateau. In effect, a decade has been lost. 2,549 people have not returned to their families so far because...

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SAFER ROADS FUND RESULTS

SAFER ROADS FUND RESULTS

  The Safer Roads Fund was established to treat the 50 highest risk local A road sections in England with remedial road safety engineering interventions.  As a result £100 million has been committed by the Department for Transport across 48 schemes.  Together...

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