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Award for Road Safety Foundation

26 November 2010

A Prince Michael International Road Safety Award has been presented to the Road Safety Foundation. The honour was given for the Foundation's significant role in establishing a respected, systematic method of assessing roads and helping the authorities make our roads safe.

Recently, the Foundation's work has focused on EuroRAP standards in the UK, but its legacy of research stretches back to 1986. Its latest report, Saving Lives for Less, gives in-depth analysis of the nation's roads from a regional perspective, and reveals how the network changes across borders for the first time.

Read the press release.

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