Petitions Committee Consultation on Limiting Insurance Costs for Young Drivers

Petitions Committee Consultation on Limiting Insurance Costs for Young Drivers

PACTS has submitted a response to the Petitions Committee consultation on Limiting Insurance Costs for Young Drivers

Safe System course – 11th – 12th APRIL 2017, Loughborough University Design School

Safe System course – 11th – 12th APRIL 2017, Loughborough University Design School

The course is designed to support professionals from the many sectors and disciplines involved in road safety and road traffic injury prevention, both in public and private sectors. Full details here: the-safe-system-approach-lboro

Ministry of Justice consultation on ‘Driving offences and penalties relating to causing death or serious injury:’ PACTS response.

Ministry of Justice consultation on ‘Driving offences and penalties relating to causing death or serious injury:’ PACTS response.

PACTS has submitted a response to the Ministry of Justice’s consultation on ‘Driving offences and penalties relating to causing death or serious injury’.

PACTS Launches New Report On Young Road Users

PACTS Launches New Report On Young Road Users

  Zero tolerance on drink driving, additional hazard perception training and graduated forms of licensing should become the norm to help tackle the disproportionate risks faced by young drivers and motorcycle riders in Europe, according to the YEARS report (Young Europeans Acting for Road Safety), launched today (26 January). Full report available here: YEARS Policy Report More than 3,800 young people (aged 18-24) were killed on EU roads in 2013 – the […]

PACTS conference 22 March 2017

PACTS conference 22 March 2017

Collision investigation: how can we learn more? Wednesday 22nd March 2017, 9.30am-4.30pm, Church House, Westminster Book now  for 10% discounted early bird rate for the PACTS conference on road traffic investigation, sponsored by Highways England and supported by ORR, TRL, NPCC and other major stakeholders.  Sponsored by Collision investigation – a growing issue Collision investigation is rising up the policy agenda for a number of reasons, including: Casualty reduction has stalled […]