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Engineer and academic Kate Fuller has been appointed Chair of the PACTS Road Environment Working Party. She takes over from Matthew Lugg OBE from January 2023.
Kate is the Road Safety Engineering Director at the Road Safety Foundation and has 30 years’ experience working in the fields of Road Safety, Traffic Management and Transportation.
She worked in the public sector for three different Local Authorities for 15 years and for 10 years at TRL. In her role in the public sector, she was responsible for running casualty reduction programmes including the Safer Routes to Schools project, Local Safety Schemes programme and education, training and publicity work. In her time at TRL she managed projects in the UK, Europe and the Middle East in both the private and public sectors.
In her current role she manages the programme of work for the Road Safety Foundation including the yearly Crash Risk Mapping report, the iRAP Star Rating work for Local Authorities and a number of other high-profile projects.
PACTS Executive Director, David Davies said: “We are delighted that Kate Fuller has agreed to take on the role of Chair of the PACTS Road Environment Working Party. Kate has already contributed enormously as Vice-Chair of this working party. Her professional and research experience, and her commitment to making our infrastructure safe for all road users, will be invaluable.
We are also pleased that Martin Wiltshire has agreed to continue as Vice-Chair. Martin’s experience at Hampshire County Council makes this a strong team.”
“Kate succeeds Matthew Lugg OBE. We are grateful to Matthew who successfully steered the working party through the challenges of Covid and online working. He passes it over in good shape.”
This is an unpaid appointment, initially for three years, renewable by mutual agreement.