Projections of road casualties in Great Britain to 2030

Projections of road casualties in Great Britain to 2030

The report, Projections of road casualties in Great Britain to 2030, written by C. G. B. (Kit) Mitchell and R. E. Allsop and published by PACTS is now available here. The report analyses road casualty trends and has been supported by contributions from the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) and the GEM Motoring Assist Road Safety Charity.  Additional report data and results can be accessed below: Annex A: Data and Detailed […]

Stepping Out

Stepping Out

Embargoed to 00.01 Wednesday 8th May The report, Stepping Out, Pedestrian Casualties: an analysis of the people and circumstances was produced for PACTS by Road Safety Analysis. It was funded by the Safer Roads Foundation and the Institute of Advanced Motorists. The PACTS report is launched on 8 May 2013, at Best Foot Forward, a conference in Westminster, attended by the Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP, the Secretary of State for Transport, and […]

Update – Safer Mobility for an Ageing Population

Update – Safer Mobility for an Ageing Population

Download the November 2012 Update document. This is an update to the PACTS report ‘It’s My Choice: Safer Mobility for an Ageing Population‘ published in March 2012.    

Checking the Health of Road Safety

Checking the Health of Road Safety

This is the third report in the series entiled “Tackling the Deficit”. It looks at recent policy development in road safety and at the impact of the government’s austerity programme on the provision of road safety within local authorities in England. 50% of those who responded believed that the statutory duty to promote road safety was under threat. 44% answered that the strategic framework for road safety had had no […]

It's My Choice: Safer mobility for an ageing population

It's My Choice: Safer mobility for an ageing population

PACTS has produced a major report looking at safe mobility for an ageing population. The report looks at all aspects of public and private transport, arguing that we need to promote greater and safer mobility for an ageing society in order to ensure the benefits that independent mobility can bring to quality of life. Download the document