Parliamentary Constituency Road Safety Dashboard
This ‘road safety dashboard’ and accompanying report calculates the casualty rates for residents of each Parliamentary constituency relative to the local population.
Published in the run up to the 2015 General Election, is intended to make it easier for MPs to see the road casualty picture in their constituency. Using information from DfT STATS19 between 2008 and 2013, the Dashboard presents information on casualties for residents of the constituency, rather than looking only at collision locations. It also provides an analysis of progress over the last six years, comparing each constituency against the national average.
Separate analyses are provided by casualty severity, major road user casualty groups (pedestrians, motorcyclists and car users) and by age groups. The Dashboard has been produced to provide additional specific local information to stimulate action to improve road safety for all road users.
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