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26 November 2020 – In a newly revised report RoadSafe partner - Road Safety Support (RSS) calls for forces to leave traditional camera enforcement behind and introduce a new wide-area, more flexible approach to speed camera operation, thereby increasing the threat of detection for motorists.
26 November 2020 – Dr. Shaun Helman, Chief Scientist at TRL and RoadSafe advisory panel member takes a look at speed as an essential part of the safe system approach, as part of a "back to basics" series exploring some essential transport issues and busting a few myths.
25 November 2020 – Under the banner Roads to Recovery: a Sustainable Mobility for a Sustainable Future, The International Road Federation (IRF) held its online conference on 12 November to discuss recovery post-COVID and its implications for the road sector.
24 November 2020 – Delivery bot Kar-go has become the first autonomous delivery vehicle to travel on the roads in the UK in a trail in London.
24 November 2020 – This statistical release is a new quarterly release and is in addition to the annual Vehicle Speeds Compliance release.
24 November 2020 – The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Transport Safety has met with Roads Minister Baroness Vere to discuss the government’s policy on road safety and to coincide with this, PACTS and Agilysis have launched the Constituency Road Safety Dashboard.
20 November 2020 – The CALM Driver is a collaboration between Driving for Better Business, the government-backed Highways England programme, and the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM).
20 November 2020 – Two new road safety strategies have been launched with a target of fifty percent or better casualty reduction.
17 November 2020 – Ten Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) signed a high-level joint statement on road safety , under the auspices of the World Health Organization and the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration.
16 November 2020 – What kills most on the roads? New analysis for the new transport agenda uses graphics and charts to show the total casualties associated with each mode of transport, including those of other road users.
16 November 2020 – Road safety professionals involved in the production of pre-driver theatre and workshop education programmes should reduce the focus on risk and consequences, replacing this with ‘high potential’ behaviour change techniques (BCTs).
16 November 2020 – The International Road Federation (IRF) is pleased to support the 6th Global Interactive Forum on Traffic Safety being organized by the International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences (IATSS) in Tokyo, Japan.