Achieving Compliance

Achieving Compliance

This conference is being organised jointly by PACTS and the Criminal Justice Research Centre within Brunel Law School. Given the focus in the Strategic Framework for Road Safety on achieving compliance with road traffic law, it will offer an opportunity to review the evidence about the effectiveness of methods to encourage people to comply with the law. It will look at all aspects of the process from enforcement through to […]

Aiming for Zero

Aiming for Zero

This conference will look at the challenges for road safety over the coming years if we are to seek to achieve a British version of Vision Zero. Although the current environment for casualty reduction may seem daunting, we need to look beyond this to sketch out what more we can achieve and what research evidence we have to make progress. This conference will begin to map out the direction we […]

22nd Westminster Lecture

22nd Westminster Lecture

The 22nd Westminster Lecture on Transport Safety will be given this year by Dr Jillian Anable, Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Transport Research, University of Aberdeen. The title of her Lecture is “More Haste, Less Speed: changing benhaviour for safety and sustainability”. The presentation is available in two parts here and here. Dr Anable is an expert in behavioural change and sustainable travel choice. She has worked extensively understanding […]

21st Westminster Lecture

21st Westminster Lecture

The 21st Westminster Lecture, Road casualties and public health: the open sewers of the 21st Century, was delivered by Danny Dorling, Professor of Human Geography, University of Sheffield, on 23rd November 2010 at Church House, Westminster. http://www.etsc.eu/documents/21%20Westminster%20Lecture_Programme.pdf Powerpoint presentation http://sheffield.ac.uk/geography/staff/dorling_danny/lectures

Older, Wiser, Safer: the Challenge of an Ageing Population

Older, Wiser, Safer: the Challenge of an Ageing Population

There is considerable media interest in the population changes facing Britain over the next twenty years. As the “Baby Boomer” generation approaches retirement, we hear a lot about the economic power of the silver surfer and the growing pensions deficit. Yet very little has been written about the mobility of this group. We know that maintaining social contact helps people to live longer, more active lives. Yet how can we ensure […]