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PACTS: Understanding casualty trends and the causes

13 January 2013

On Thursday 21st March 2013 at the Royal College of Surgeons, the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS), is running a one day conference on exploring casualty trends and statistics for different road user-groups.

Speakers include Stephen Hammond MP (confirmed but subject to Parliamentary business), Louise Lloyd of the Transport Research Laboratory, Alan Brimicombe of the University of East London, Bruce Walton from Road Safety Analysis, Joanne Marden from the Road Safety Foundation, Nick Starling of the Association of British Insurers and Maralyn Woodford from the Trauma Audit and Research Network.

 

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