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UK Road safety management capacity review

27 June 2018

The long awaited road safety management capacity review has been published by the Department for Transport. The aims of this independent review were to identify opportunities for increasing:

  • joint working
  • local innovation
  • efficiency on a national and local basis

The research:

  • examined national, regional and local structures, responsibilities, accountabilities, relationships and coordination
  • examined whether management effort and resources at all levels are being targeted effectively
  • assessed the current road safety delivery landscape against the safe system road safety management assessment framework
  • investigated how institutional capacity can be cost-effectively strengthened

The full report is available here.

The review which included a broad range of stakeholder input including evidence submitted by RoadSafe has been welcomed by many including PACTS

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