PACTS organised an online conference Safe System: from principles to practice. It was designed to help road safety practitioners, at national and local levels, share and learn how to implement the ambition and principles of Vision Zero and Safe System in the real-world challenges of the UK in the 2020s.
The conference was held on Thursday, 17 March 2022. Over 260 delegates participated in this event.
Attached below are the presentations, recordings and speaker details.
- Phil Goodwin, Emeritus Professor of Transport Policy, UCL & UWE – Assessing the roads programme for safety and sustainability benefits.
Presentation recording: Assessing the roads programme for safety and sustainability benefits by Phil Goodwin – YouTube
Presentation recording: Partnerships and The Safe System by Tanya Fosdick, Research Director, Agilysis – YouTube
- Dr Suzy Charman, Executive Director, Road Safety Foundation – Combining Safe Speeds and Safe Infrastructure.
Presentation recording: Combining Safe Speeds and Safe Infrastructure by Suzy Charman, Road Safety Foundation – YouTube
- Geoff Collins, Chair of ITS (UK) Enforcement Group and Jamie Hassall, National Compliance Coordinator, National Highways – Safe road users and enforcement technology.
Presentation recording: Safe road users and enforcement technology by Geoff Collins and Jamie Hassall – YouTube
- Panel discussion and Q&A – PACTS conference. Safe System: from principles to practice. Panel discussion and Q&A – YouTube
Matt Staton, Cambridgeshire Road Safety Partnership
Neale Kinnear, Head of Transport Safety, TRL
Jess Truong, Secretary General, Towards Zero Foundation
Amy Pidwill, Road Safety Strategy Lead, TfL
- Safe System at local level. How should government help?
- Safe vehicles – more than just national standards for new vehicles.
- Safe speeds and safe infrastructure – priorities, tools and options.
- Safe road users – combing education, enforcement and more.
- Safe System indicators and performance management. What is feasible at local level.
- Post-crash response – the Cinderella pillar?
All six workshops will be available in both sessions. Delegates would therefore be able to attend two sessions.
This event is supported by