This year’s Road Safety Wales Award has been presented to six individuals, celebrating an array of road safety initiatives.
Transport for London (TfL) is using ‘innovative’ data analysis to identify where the next generation of cycling provision could make the biggest impact on the Capital.
The latest confirmed speaker for the 2017 National Road Safety Conference will suggest that lessons learnt from rail accident investigation could inform those tasked with reducing collisions and casualties on the UK’s roads.
The UK is one of the European countries making the slowest progress when it comes to reducing the number of road deaths, a new report has highlighted.
The Mayor of London has published his first draft Transport Strategy, setting out ‘ambitious’ plans to reduce car use across the Capital.
A ‘tumbling car’ seat belt demonstrator will visit the UK for the first time later this month, as part of the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Britain’s first ‘smart streetlights’ – with the potential to monitor pollution, create Wi-Fi hotspots and even guide driverless vehicles – are being trialled on a road in Chelmsford.
As many as four in 10 road deaths across Europe could be work-related, a new report has found.
A new RAC survey suggests an ‘overwhelming majority’ of motorists believe learner drivers should be allowed to take driving lessons on the motorway.
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