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Annual Review 2007/2008

Annual Review 2007/2008

2007/2008

Safety and Sustainability

Safety and Sustainability

Safety and Sustainability: developing a seamless approach Improving safety and increasing sustainability are clear priorities for transport policy. We want a transport system that is safe for its users, however they choose to travel. In addition, in response to both the Stern and Eddington reviews, the government places a high priority on reducing the contribution of transport to climate change. The aim of this conference is to explore the opportunities […]

Towards Zero: Ambitious Road Safety Targets and the Safe System Approach

Towards Zero: Ambitious Road Safety Targets and the Safe System Approach

19th Westminster Lecture on Transport Safety

19th Westminster Lecture on Transport Safety

In December we held a very successful and enjoyable Westminster Lecture. The lecture was given by Oliver Carsten, Professor of Transport Safety at the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. It was entitled ‘Technology: Curse or Cure?’ available for download here. It was a highly timely lecture given the recent publication of research into Intelligent Speed Adaptation and the increasing emphasis placed on technology to reduce accidents by the […]

Beyond 2010 – Where next?

Beyond 2010 – Where next?

This conference looked at the arguments for a third round of road casualty targets beyond 2010. It looked at issues ranging from the role of road traffic law enforcement in casualty reduction, realising the contribution of technology and Great Britain in the European context. Workshops in the afternoon discussed motorcycling, young and novice drivers and road safety and public health. The conference was opened by Peter Bottomley MP and the […]