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20 July 2021 – Following the adoption of The Safe System by Australia and New Zealand as part of their road safety strategies, Austroads has published an updated Guide to Road Safety
17 July 2021 – A report, from the Road Safety Foundation and Ageas Insurance says that the pandemic has presented a unique chance to re-shape travel patterns and support healthier travel choices, which in turn will cut casualty numbers and help to achieve health, exercise, net-zero carbon and air quality goals.
17 July 2021 – In UK during 2020, under free-flowing traffic conditions, 56% of cars exceeded the speed limit on 30mph. However IAM has revealed that support for reducing the speed limit on all urban roads from 30mph to 20mph has increased in recent years
12 July 2021 – TfL sets out plans for the next stage of lowering speed limits on its roads in Westminster
25 June 2021 – The National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP) offers a collaborative network to support businesses in developing a positive road safety culture
24 June 2021 – It has been reported that there were 1,472 fatalities in reported road accidents in 2020, a decrease of 16% from the previous year.
24 June 2021 – A comprehensive range of helpful resources to help those who manage drivers to deliver enhanced safety and productivity has been updated and improved.
23 June 2021 – This new report provides a starting point for those who design, test, implement and evaluate educational activities on traffic safety and mobility, and are embarking upon the creation of new, or updating existing, activities.
21 June 2021 – While many van fleets have been operating at increased capacity with the boom in home ordering during lockdown, those businesses that have been closed or operating at much lower levels will be keen to get back to work as the restrictions begin to lift.
17 June 2021 – BSI’s CAV Safety Benchmarking report proposes “Digital Commentary Driving” technique to be used as an objective measure of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) safety performance.
16 June 2021 – There were around 3900 fewer road deaths in the European Union in 2020 compared to the previous year, according to a new report by the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC). The unprecedented 17% annual reduction in deaths is most likely attributable to Covid-19 restrictions on travel.
16 June 2021 – Recognising outstanding achievement and innovation since 1987 Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards have given public recognition to those who have improved road safety world-wide.