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Road Crash Index available

1 January 2017

The recently published UK Road Crash Index from The Road Safety Foundation shows the number of fatal and serious crashes and the social cost of dealing with road crashes in every county in England, Scotland and Wales. The index also includes a league table based on safety improvement performance and maps showing each county’s highest risk and most improved roads. Log into the Index here .

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