Road Safety Since 2010 – Update with 2017 data

Road Safety Since 2010 – Update with 2017 data

“PACTS understands that the DfT is putting the final touches to its refreshed Road Safety Statement and Action Plan. PACTS very much hopes that all these announcements will focus on what matters and what works. To keep the focus on the big picture – reducing the number of the most serious road casualties – we are publishing Road Safety Since 2010. This updates our earlier report with the latest (2017) casualty data.” said […]

Developing safe system road safety indicators for the UK – a report by PACTS in association with Ageas

Developing safe system road safety indicators for the UK – a report by PACTS in association with Ageas

PACTS, in association with Ageas, has called on the government to adopt a new approach to managing road safety. The report, Developing safe system road safety indicators for the UK, was launched at the Conservative Party Conference on 2nd October 2018. It recommends that the UK monitors a set of eight key indicators to show changes in the underlying safety of the road system. These would support a casualty reduction target. The government would report annually on progress. The […]

Speed Summit 2017 – Report from Global Road Safety Week

Speed Summit 2017 – Report from Global Road Safety Week

This report was compiled following a summit held during Global Road Safety Week 2017 to review some successful measures designed to reduce vehicle speeds and to demonstrate what has been done to address this key risk factor. As one of a series of London events and as our contribution to improving international understanding of effective countermeasures PACTS supported the road safety charity RoadSafe which created this Speed Summit. The report is framed from a […]

PACTS launches new report: ‘Suicide on UK roads – Lifting the Lid’

PACTS launches new report: ‘Suicide on UK roads – Lifting the Lid’

In a report published today, PACTS has revealed ground-breaking research that roads, vehicles and road infrastructure are being used by individuals seeking to end their lives.

Fifty years of the  breathalyser  – where now for  drink driving?

Fifty years of the breathalyser – where now for drink driving?

On the 50th Anniversary of the breathalyser, PACTS has published a report that calls on the Government to renew the fight against Drink Driving.