Beyond 2010 – A Holistic Approach to Road Safety in Great Britain

As we approach 2010 and the expiry of the current road safety strategy and casualty
reduction targets, it is appropriate to consider how best to continue working towards
reducing death and injury on the roads. More than a narrow analysis of casualty
statistics outlining who, what, where and how people are being killed and seriously
injured, this report aims to position road safety in a broader context. Transport is a means
to an end not an end in itself. Similarly casualties are not abstract events divorced from
the causes of road use nor from the trends influencing who uses the road and how they
interact with it. This report examines trends occurring across society and considers their
impact on future road use and consequent potential implications for casualties.

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