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DfT Message about the delay in publishing the Main Results for 2016 for Road Casualties.

29 June 2017

DfT is not publishing the Road Casualty Main Results for 2016 on 29 June as originally scheduled.

This is due to the  lacking validated data from the Metropolitan Police for November and December. As Met data makes up around 15% of the DfT's road casualty data this made publication this month impossible.

The Department for Transport is working hard with TfL and the Met to resolve the situation.

Please forward any queries to Stephen Reynolds in the DfT's statistics team  - Stephen.Reynolds@dft.gsi.gov.uk.

 

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