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National Travel Statistics reveal key road safety information

16 October 2008

The Department for Transport recently published National Statistics from the 2007 National Travel Survey (NTS) - a household survey designed to provide a databank of personal travel information for Great Britain . The report presents the results from the interview element of the 2007 survey. Among some revealing road safety information, respondents said that the police were aware of 59 per cent of injury accidents and 31 per cent of non-injury accidents. Further information and access to the full report is available here.

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