Viscount Simon, vice-Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Transport Safety, delivered a speech on roads policing as part of the House of Lords debate on the Queen’s speech this week.
PACTS finds the delay extremely worrying and believes that this delay further demonstrates the case for a Road Collision Investigation Branch.
On Monday 8th May, PACTS joined the Global Network for Road Safety Legislators in launching their new Manifesto #4roadsafety. Parliamentarians worldwide are being urged to support action to meet the United Nation’s (UN) target to halve road deaths by the end of the decade. HRH Michael of Kent opened the manifesto launch, which featured a keynote speech from Lord Robertson of Port Ellen, Chairman of the FIA Foundation and a presentation by […]
PACTS Response to the Department for Transport Consultation Paper: “Extending the Date of the First MOT Test from Three Years to Four Years”