A new one-day event will give partners across Wales the chance to showcase the work they are undertaking to improve road safety across the country.
Organisers of the fourth UN Global Road Safety Week have described the event as ‘the most successful yet’ but are stressing the need for continued action to reduce the dangers caused by speed.
On 8 June, the United Kingdom will head to the polls once more, electing a new Government to lead the country.
With two weeks to go until the general election, the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) has called on all political parties to commit to an overhaul of road safety in the next Parliament.
A Welsh police force is calling on cyclists and motorists to show mutual respect and vigilance in order to protect the safety of all road users.
Ahead of new transport legislation set to be published next week, the European Commission is being urged to bring forward the implementation of tougher minimum safety standards for new vehicles.
A number of UK road safety professionals, including Road Safety GB’s Jeremy Phillips, have been in New Zealand this week to participate in an important international conference.
A paralympic gold medalist is encouraging schools and colleges across Kent to make use of a purpose built road safety experience centre to help teach students about the importance of staying safe at the wheel.
New figures obtained by BBC Radio Wales show that the number of Welsh motorists caught using their mobile phones went up in March 2017, despite the introduction of harsher penalties.
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