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New Urban Countermeasures are now in ViDA
New Urban Countermeasures are now in ViDA Knowledge from across the globe has been brought together in a three-year project managed by the Road Safety Foundation (RSF) and supported by a grant from The Road Safety Trust. The project enhances iRAP for use in urban...
INVESTING IN SAFER MOBILITY
British EuroRAP Results 2022: Investing in Safer Mobility – Targeting Investment Across the British Road Network This year’s report tracks the safety performance of motorways and ‘A’ roads in Great Britain.The report shows how risk varies across the road network,...
Active Travel Tool
The Road Safety Foundation have launched an Active Travel Tool with funding from the Road Safety Trust. The tool aims to help UK road authorities evaluate active travel facilities for both safety according to Safe System principles, and age and ability. The tool...
Invitation to new EuroRAP Lunchtime seminar series
Register HERE to join us on 9th November from 12 noon to 1 pm GMT for the first EuroRAP Lunchtime seminar on Crash Risk Mapping, with case studies from the UK and Croatia to demonstrate how the approach can be used. Brian Lawton from the UK’s Road Safety Foundation...
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...
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 "shovel...
Enhancing iRAP Investment Plans for Vulnerable Road Users
The Road Safety Foundation has received funding from the Road Safety Trust to help vulnerable road users. The project will provide Local Authorities with a specialist resource to help understand the risks to vulnerable road users in towns and cities. It will also...
REVIEW OF SAFETY PRIORITIES ON HIGHWAYS ENGLAND NETWORK: ROAD SAFETY FOUNDATION WINS ORR CONTRACT
The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) has awarded the Road Safety Foundation a contract to review how investments are prioritised to improve safety outcomes by Highways England (HE). The Foundation will look at how HE ranks the location and type of scheme to deliver; how...
HOW SAFE ARE YOU ON BRITAIN’S MAIN ROAD NETWORKS?
This annual report tracks the safety of the main ‘A’ roads where most of Britain’s roads deaths are concentrated, and which can be targeted. This year’s survey shows, overall, the number of deaths on Britain’s roads has changed little since 2011. For the first...