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Prince Michael Awards Announced

17 October 2008

Thames Valley Safer Roads Partnership and Tele-Traffic UK were presented with Prince Michael awards by Road Safety minister Jim Fitzpatrick during the Safer Roads Partnerships Conference in Manchester .

The Thames Valley partnership received its Award for developing a new analysis tool called Headline Data, combining existing crash data with a new geodemographic database.

Tele-Traffic UK, a major supplier to safety camera and road safety partnerships, received its for the development of the Commander System  developed to address the issue of speeding motorcyclists.

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