Transport for London (TfL) has launched a new Vision Zero Dashboard tool, which enables people to access and interpret London’s road collision data more easily.
One in three of all road fatalities and more than one in five of all casualties occur in driving-for-work collisions, a new landmark study suggests.
The number of reported road accidents where ‘following too close to another vehicle’ was a contributory factor has almost halved in the last five years, according to analysis by TrackDays.co.uk.
Organisations and individuals have been recognised for their contribution to improving the safety of at-work drivers at the UK Fleet Champions Awards, 2020.
Drivers want more speed cameras installed near schools to fine drivers travelling more than 10mph over the speed limit, a study by IAM RoadSmart has found.
More than a quarter (28%) of male drivers admit they have driven above 100mph, more than three times the number of women, new research from Brake suggests.
PACTS is urging the Government to change the way it reports road deaths to show danger as well as vulnerability.
With less than a week to go until Virtual Fleet & Mobility Live, DriveTech has announced the event will help mark its 30th anniversary.
In a new strategic agreement, Brightmile have agreed a partnership with DriveTech to strengthen its propositions to fleets.
Fleets are being urged to take part in Brake’s Road Safety Week, which runs from November 16-22.
Police forces and safer roads partnerships are being urged to adopt a new speed camera enforcement strategy to reduce the number of deaths and injuries on UK roads.
A study by Citroen UK has revealed the best and worst maintained local roads across the country.
Police forces across the UK will be targeting those who drive for work for a variety of common offences as part of Project Edward, the nationwide road safety campaign.
By Steven Baylis, partner at Lime Solicitors
The theme for UK Road Safety Week 2020 has been announced as ‘No need to speed’, following findings that a quarter of people think vehicles travel at a safe speed on the street they live on.
Highways England will increase the basic speed at which motorists can drive through roadworks to 60mph.
The Government has launched a review into roads policing to establish why the number of road casualties has plateaued since 2010.
Emergency services and local authorities across the West Midlands have joined forces to reduce the number of people seriously injured on roads by 40%.
The UK appears to be failing in its approach to road safety, with provisional data suggesting there were more road deaths in 2019 than in 2010.
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