Dashboard

Constituency Dashboard

 

 

2016 Report

The report looks at national patterns examining five casualty groups; all casualties, killed and seriously injured casualties, pedestrian casualties, car user casualties, pedal cycle casualties, and motorcycle user casualties. For each group constituencies at the top and bottom of the index are listed, together with a summary of the recent progress. The report also contains a list of the index values and progress for each individual constituency.The sample map below shows the ‘All Casualties’ index colour coded according to high and low values with more information available by clicking on an individual constituency.

To download a copy of the full report click here or select the ‘Constituency Dashboard’ tab to view your own local report as well as the analytical dashboard itself. To download the analysis in an Open Data format please click here.

Constituency Reports

To view the report for your constituency click on the first letter of your constituency name below then the download link to the PDF document. If you are unsure of your constituency, this link will help you find your constituency using your home postcode.

Maps

A selection of the maps included in the dashboard reports are available to view via interactive, online maps.  Select any of the maps below to review local trends in more detail.  Alternatively, if you would like to view the location of collisions in your local area visit www.crashmap.co.uk

All Casualties Progress

All Casualties Progress

All Casualties INdex

All Casualties Index

 

KSI Casualties Index

KSI Casualties Index

 

KSI Casualites Progress

KSI Casualties Progress

 

Pedestrian Casualties Index

Pedestrian Casualties Index

 

Pedestrian Casualties Progress

Pedestrian Casualties Progress

 

 

 

About

PACTS and the Direct Line Group have published this 2016 Parliamentary Constituency Road Safety Dashboard that, for the first time, reveals how the casualty rate (by population) varies across the parliamentary constituencies in Great Britain. Using information from Department for Transport STATS19 statistics between 2010 and 2015 the Dashboard presents information on casualties for residents of the constituency, rather than looking only at collision locations. The Dashboard also provides an analysis of progress over the last six years, comparing each constituency against the national average.

Separate analyses are provided by casualty severity, major road user casualty groups (pedestrians, pedal cyclists, motorcyclists and car users) and by age groups.

The purpose of the Dashboard is to provide additional specific local information to stimulate action to improve road safety for all road users.

To view the report or see how your local area compares to the national average explore further tabs.

More Info

Direct Line

Started in 1985, Direct Line became the first UK insurance company to use the telephone as its main channel of communication. It provides motor, home, travel and pet insurance cover direct to customers by phone or on-line.

Direct Line general insurance policies are underwritten by UK Insurance Limited, Registered office: The Wharf, Neville Street, Leeds LS1 4AZ. Registered in England No 1179980. U K Insurance Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.

Direct Line and UK Insurance limited are both part of Direct Line Insurance Group plc.

Customers can find out more about Direct Line products or get a quote by calling 0845 246 3761 or visiting www.directline.com

About PACTS

The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) is an All-Party Parliamentary Group and a registered charity. Its charitable objective is “To protect human life through the promotion of transport safety for the public benefit”. Its aim is to advise and inform members of the House of Commons and of the House of Lords on air, rail and road safety issues. It brings together safety professionals and legislators to identify research-based solutions to transport safety problems having regard to cost, effectiveness, achievability and acceptability. In recent years it has paid increasing attention to the links between transport safety, sustainability and public health.

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Road Safety Analysis

Since its formation in early 2010, Road Safety Analysis has become a market leader in supplying innovative, creative and competitive services to the road safety sector. Built on the principles of social enterprise, Road Safety Analysis is focussed on developing and delivering a range of road safety services that are evidence based and highly cost effective.

With extensive experience in the road safety field and yet a wide range of specialties in areas such as analysis, insight reporting, social marketing, communications strategy, evaluation & partnership development, Road Safety Analysis are keen to support the profession with services that make a difference.

Their services and products are used by hundreds of public sector organisations, charities, transport consultants, listed companies and national governments.

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