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Parliament: How to get involved

Parliament: How to get involved

This section provides information for individuals and campaigners to become involved: IDENTIFY YOUR MP: Find out who your MP is using the Parliament Website’s Consituency Locator E-MAIL YOUR MP: See if you can contact your MP by e-mail through the House of Commons Website WRITE TO YOUR MP: c/o House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. (020) 7219-3000

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 […]

Cutting casualties involving driving for work

Cutting casualties involving driving for work

As many as one in three road deaths may involve someone driving while at work. This group includes not just those who drive for a living – bus, coach and goods vehicles drivers – but those who drive a car to or from a meeting or appointment. This latter group may not see driving as the key activity of their working day. It is, however, the time when they are […]

Streetscape and Highways Design Bill

Streetscape and Highways Design Bill

House of Commons. Private Members Bill.   Download the document

Road Safety Act  2006

Road Safety Act 2006

Road Safety Bill 2005 Progress of the Bill The Road Safety Bill has completed its passage through Parliament and received Royal Assent on 8 November 2006. It was debated at Report and Third Reading Stage in the House of Commons on the 9th of October and was then returned to the House of Lords for consideration of Commons amendments on the 1st of November. At this stage, the Lords may […]