UK Road Safety Summit: The Way Ahead

UK Road Safety Summit: The Way Ahead

‘This is a must see event if you want to understand and influence future UK road safety strategies’

This conference will engage key stakeholders in open and practical debate about the future of UK road safety policy and practice, the common and the different challenges across the UK and the diversity in road safety policy which has developed in the past few years. Key topics include:

Road safety policy in the UK: Government perspectives

Engineering, education, and enforcement – the post-2015 landscape

From the European to the local: Delivery at each level

How to make road safety a priority for the next government

The governments and devolved administrations will outline the lessons learned and challenges for the future. Parliamentarians, ACPO, Motorcycle Action Group, Motoring Groups and others together with independent experts will discuss the challenges for their sectors.

In the run up to parliamentary elections in Europe and all parts of the UK, current road safety plans and programmes are nearing completion or being wound up; the DfT for instance has already issued a Final Progress Update on its road safety action plan.

PACTS and other road safety groups, along the motor insurance industry, health service and transport professionals, want ambitious road safety policies to feature in election manifestos. Objectives and priorities may change; interventions which were ruled out may become possible; future challenges, conditions and technologies will also most certainly require new and different approaches. This event will provide a platform to discuss practical policy implementation.

 

Delegate rates

Standard Delegate £249 + VAT
Public Sector/academic £195 + VAT
PACTS members £179 + VAT
Additional delegates £134 + VAT

Book Now for our UK Road Safety Summit on 27th March 2014

Location: Mary Ward House, 5-7 Tavistock Place, London, WC1H 9SN

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