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With over 40 years advising both Houses of Parliament on transport safety PACTS is a charity with a vision for a transport safety free from death and life changing injury where all users feel safe. We are the only non-governmental organisation which:

PACTS has four key aims: supporting members, carrying out research, engaging with parliamentarians and proactively influencing change. As a member you have the opportunity to enjoy all the benefits laid out in our members brochure, including:

What our members say

The work PACTS undertakes to raise the profile of road safety and lobbying Government is so important. Emma Kelly, Road Safety Support

As Chair of the Transport Select Committee (2008-2017), I found PACTS to be invaluable. They were always ready to make their highly relevant research available. It was a pleasure to work with PACTS. I am pleased to recommend them! Dame Louise Ellman

PACTS embodies the intelligence-led approach to road safety policy and practice, which Jacobs always advocates. We find PACTS events invaluable in maintaining technical knowledge and gaining insight into emerging issues. PACTS has also provided leadership in the Road Safety Alliance, conveying the group’s shared concerns about the future of road safety management to Transport Select Committee and others. Kate Carpenter, Technical Director, Jacobs

PACTS is a valuable and influential voice for Britain’s rail industry. It provides RSSB and its members with a way through to the eyes and ears of those responsible for setting government’s transport safety policy agenda and it enables greater opportunities for dialogue. In 2020, PACTS played a key role in raising awareness of our analysis which put into context the relative safety and health risks of rail versus road during the Covid-19 pandemic. Mark Phillips, Chief Executive Officer, Rail Safety and Standards Board

PACTS is a forum in which the road, rail and aviation sectors meet to share safety thinking and strategy. It is remarkable how common problems such as operator fatigue are managed so differently across the transport sectors. These differences can be used to drive safety standards upwards across all the sectors. Dr Robert Hunter, Head of Flight Safety, BALPA

Become a member

PACTS has over 100 member organisations. PACTS members receive a range of benefits For their annual subscription which is based on the size and nature of the organisation. See the PACTS Member Benefits Brochure  to find out more. PACTS is pleased to have members from the private, public and voluntary sectors but it does not endorse any organisation, product or service.

Click here for the PACTS membership application form. 

If you are interested in discussing support for our events or research, please contact us to discuss.

Membership subscription rates 2024/25

Membership Category Rate
Corporate £4,400
Commercial £1,620
Local Authority / SME £970
Professional £695
Emergency Services £660
Academic £485
NGO £375
Professional Associate £190
Associate £60

Membership is VAT exempt. The membership year runs 1st April to 31st March.