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The Road Safety Foundation has appointed Dr Suzy Charman as Research Director to lead its annual EuroRAP risk mapping and performance tracking results, as well as a ground-breaking project to improve safety on England’s 50 highest risk ‘A’ roads. Dr Charman brings...read more
The launch of the Road Safety Foundation's annual EuroRAP Risk Mapping and Performance Tracking results for the British motorway and 'A' road network, sponsored by leading insurer, Ageas will take place on Tuesday 21 November from 0830hrs at a breakfast launch in the...read more
John Dawson is standing aside from his role as Chairman of iRAP as Gary Liddle takes over as its new Chairman.read more
The government is to invest £175m in England's 50 most risky 'A' roads that were identified by the Road Safety Foundation in its latest report Making Road Travel as Safe as Rail and Air. The new Department for Transport funding package follows the Chancellor's autumn...read more
Britain's most persistent high risk Á' road is set for an upgrade with help from a £1 million cash boost announced by the Government on 14 November. Under Secretary of State for Transport Andrew Jones MP said that he hoped the targeted funding for West Sussex County...read more
We no longer need accept road deaths. The annual death toll can be driven towards zero. Travel on our road system can be made as safe as on rail and air within a generation. Sudden road trauma destroys families but in the past we have failed to count the economic...read more
Leading road safety experts have recommended raising the mandatory fitness to drive self-declaration for licence renewal from 70 to 75 years old - if proof of an eye sight test is made compulsory. The recommendations are made by the Older Drivers Task Force...read more
Britain loses 2% of GDP in road crashes. Half of all Britain's road deaths are concentrated on just 10% of roads - the motorways and 'A' roads outside urban cores. This annual report maps the risks on the network where so much social and economic loss is...read more
Since 2012, Ageas have sponsored the annual Risk Mapping and Performance Tracking results. Last year, an additional report was published, Making Road Safety Pay which made a series of recommendations including "Minimum inbuilt safety levels of 4-stars are needed for...read more
In 2013, 1,713 people were killed on Britain's roads and 21,657 were seriously injured. There are now 10 times more people killed on our roads each year than in the workplace. Until recently, death and injury on the road had been regarded as inevitable. The...read more