POST Note on Intelligent Transport Systems

POST Note on Intelligent Transport Systems

The Parlimentary Office of Science and Technology have issued note Number 322 on Intelligent Transport Systems.   Click here to download the document.

Behave Yourself

Behave Yourself

The premise of this project arose from consideration of areas in road safety where we have achieved success, and the issues on which we continue to struggle such as speeding. With the growing need to look beyond the traditional boundaries of road safety and engage with new stakeholders, it seemed pertinent to examine behavioural change within other fields of public policy to discover whether parallels exist and if lessons can […]

Towards Zero: Ambitious Road Safety Targets and the Safe System Approach

Towards Zero: Ambitious Road Safety Targets and the Safe System Approach

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

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 […]

Research & Policy: Have we got the balance right? Claire Corbett

Research & Policy: Have we got the balance right? Claire Corbett

Since the shift towards reliance on evidence-led policies the amount and salience of road safety research commissioned by government and other public bodies has increased substantially. This paper examines research knowledge that has helped to inform recent policies contained in the 2005 Road Safety Bill and Consultation Paper on Offences involving Bad Driving and considers whether the balance between research and policy is about right, whether more research is needed […]