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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
John Plowman to Chair Older Drivers Task Force The Road Safety Foundation announced today that John Plowman will chair the Older Drivers Task Force. Responding to the fast growing population of older drivers, the Task Force was proposed by the Foundation in November...read more
The majority of British road deaths are concentrated on just 10% of the British road network, motorways and 'A' roads outside major urban areas. This report measures and maps the differing risk of death and serious injury road users face across this network, sometimes...read more
Making Road Safety Pay makes seven key recommendations which aim to change the national focus on road safety over the next decade. These will act as a platform for all road safety stakeholders to discuss and develop new practical measures that will set the UK on a...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
The Treasury should remove insurance premium tax from telematics insurance policies for under-25's says the Road Safety Foundation today. This key recommendation is announced by the charity early to meet the Treasury's consultation timetable for budget proposals...read more
Lord Whitty (John Lawrence Whitty) has been appointed chairman of the Road Safety Foundation, taking over from Lord Dubs who has led the charity since 2007. Larry Whitty became a Life Peer in 1996. From 2001 to 2005 he served as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State...read more
Changes to the Highways Agency are a "once-in-a-generation" opportunity to put safety at the centre of investment in England's strategic road network (SRN), according to a report by the Road Safety Foundation, out today. The Infrastructure Bill has now started...read more
TRACKING THE SAFETY OF BRITAIN'S MAJOR ROAD NETWORK 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,...read more