General Election 2017 – road safety manifesto commitments

General Election 2017 – road safety manifesto commitments

Following the announcement of a UK General Election on June 8th, PACTS wrote to the major parties calling for a clear commitment to casualty reduction, backed by targets, to be included in their manifestos. Since then: PACTS welcomes Labour’s pledge for a ‘reset’ of the UK’s road safety vision, included in their manifesto: “After seven years of stalled progress, Labour will reset the UK’s road safety vision and ambitiously strive for […]

PACTS joins Global Network for Road Safety Legislators in launching Manifesto #4roadsafety

PACTS joins Global Network for Road Safety Legislators in launching Manifesto #4roadsafety

On Monday 8th May, PACTS joined the Global Network for Road Safety Legislators in launching their new Manifesto #4roadsafety. Parliamentarians worldwide are being urged to support action to meet the United Nation’s (UN) target to halve road deaths by the end of the decade. HRH Michael of Kent opened the manifesto launch, which featured a keynote speech from Lord Robertson of Port Ellen, Chairman of the FIA Foundation and a presentation by […]

PACTS response to Department for Transport Consultation on MOT tests

PACTS response to Department for Transport Consultation on MOT tests

PACTS Response to the Department for Transport Consultation Paper: “Extending the Date of the First MOT Test from Three Years to Four Years”

Parliamentary Questions on transport safety issues (April 2017)

Parliamentary Questions on transport safety issues (April 2017)

Recent Parliamentary Questions and Answers from the House of Commons and the House of Lords.

April 2017 update.

Department for Transport releases April Road Safety Newsletter

Department for Transport releases April Road Safety Newsletter

The Department for Transport has released its April edition of the Road Safety Newsletter. The newsletter is written for the benefit of those working in the road safety field or who are interested in the topic.