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Child Road Safety Strategy

9 March 2007

The recently published DfT Child Road Safety Strategy is now available. The strategy looks at measures to improve child road safety under six different themes. These are education, training and lifelong learning; publicity; highway engineering, environment and planning; vehicle engineering and secondary safety; legislation and enforcement; and school journeys. Overarching issues that affect them all and that need to be taken into account when taking forward the actions, include regeneration and partnership working.

http://www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/roadsafety/child/childrdsafetystrategy2007

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