Road safety news in brief: 22-26 February

12.00 | 4 March 2016 |

A recap of the road safety news in brief from the week commencing 22 February:


26 Feb: 15.30
Proposals for new multi-billion pound road link across the Thames
A consultation on proposals for a new multi-billion pound road link across the River Thames between Essex and Kent has received an unprecedented level of interest as it reaches its half way mark.


26 Feb: 09.45
IAM establishes new industry group to guide driver risk management
The IAM has hosted the inaugural meeting of its new Business Customer Advisory Group (BCAG), a collection of industry professionals who have come together to deliver safer and more efficient driver activities for their businesses.


25 Feb: 15.45
January new car sales hit eight-year high
The car manufacturing industry has built on its record-breaking 2015 with a healthy start to the new year, according to official new figures.


25 Feb: 13.00
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24 Feb: 13.00
Twitter: Brake gears up for annual awards

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24 Feb: 10.00
Lorry ban would ‘put more vehicles on London’s roads’, says FTA
The Freight Transport Association has labelled London mayoral candidate Caroline Pidgeon’s call for a peak-hour lorry ban as ‘short-sighted’ and claims it would put hundreds more vans on the city’s roads at the busiest time of day.


23 Feb: 14.30
‘Rogues’ gallery’ of roads puts Fords to the test
A new "rogues’ gallery" featuring over 100 of the planet’s worst road hazards has opened in Belgium and is designed to help Ford to develop and try out its latest vehicles.


22 Feb: 12.45
Twitter: Boost your skill, reduce your risk, says GEM


22 Feb: 11.00
Motorist caught driving at 111mph (BBC News)
A 26-year-old man was caught driving at 111mph during a police road safety day of action in the Falkirk area during which a further 19 motorists were charged with different offences.
Read the BBC news story


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