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ETSC calls for a new, comprehensive EU strategy on alcohol (1 Jul 15)
ETSC calls for a new, comprehensive EU strategy on alcohol and for better coordination to tackle drink driving.
Pressure to cut BAC limits in England and Wales (1 Jul 15)
England and Wales are under pressure to match Scotland's successful move last year from a 0.8g/l general blood alcohol limit for drivers to 0.5.
Road safety factsheets and ad-hoc statistics (26 Jun 15)
Road safety factsheets relating to specific road user groups and any one-off or ad-hoc statistics are now available.
Engineering safer roads (25 Jun 15)
International best practice is developing long term programmes with the goal of eliminating death on the roads
Reported road casualties in Great Britain: main results 2014 (25 Jun 15)
RoadSafe has confirmed its strong advocacy of adopting The Safe Systems Approach to reducing casualties in reply to the latest reported road casualties statistics for 2014.
CIHT recognises road safety scheme (24 Jun 15)
Two initiatives, to improve safety on the A9 in Scotland and through road works on the A1 in North Yorkshire, were among the winners at the 2015 CIHT Awards ceremony on 9 June.
Founder of ingenie appointed to RoadSafe board (23 Jun 15)
Richard King, founder and former CEO of young driver insurance brand ingenie, has now joined the RoadSafe board.
National Road Safety Conference 2015 - agenda is updated (23 Jun 15)
Following a committee meeting on 12th June, the agenda for the 2015 National Road Safety Conference is beginning to take shape and invitations have been extended to the speakers who are to be offered a slot on both the main and fringe programmes.
GRSP's 4th African Road Safety Event 2015 (21 Jun 15)
The Global Road Safety Partnership's 4th African Road Safety Event, will take place on the 2nd -3rd September 2015 in Lusaka, Zambia.
IAM disappointed by Scottish road casualty figures for 2014 (20 Jun 15)
The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has reacted with disappointment to the big increase in fatalities on Scotland's roads as announced this morning by Transport Scotland, stating it made the Scottish government's mid-term review of its Road Safety Plan all the more urgent.