PACTS Response: Revising Safety Regulations Consultation

PACTS Response: Revising Safety Regulations Consultation

PACTS has submitted a response to the Office of Railway Regulation (ORR) Consultation Revising the Railway Safety Regulations, a review looking at the Railway Safety (Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 1997, Railways Safety Regulations 1999 and Railway Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2001. PACTS response to Revising Railways Safety Regulations consultation is available here.

Response to the Traffic Signals and Regulations General Directive 2015

Response to the Traffic Signals and Regulations General Directive 2015

PACTS is pleased to respond to the DfT’s consultation on the Traffic Signs and Regulations General Directive 2015. In compiling this response we have consulted those members of PACTS most interested in the proposed changes to TSRGD, and our consultation response can be accessed here.

Response to the Consultation on the Enforcement of Tyre Labelling Regulations

Response to the Consultation on the Enforcement of Tyre Labelling Regulations

A joint RoSPA and PACTS response to the consultation on the Enforcement of Tyre Labelling Regulations is now available for access here.

“Arbitrary, confused and lacking evidence”

“Arbitrary, confused and lacking evidence”

PACTS has responded to the Consultation on local authority parking, by DCLG and DfT. PACTS Executive Director, David Davies, said “The consultation is arbitrary, confused and lacking in evidence to support the changes proposed.  The changes would make it more difficult for local authorities to enforce parking regulations, including double yellow lines, which are often installed for safety reasons, such as outside schools. We hope that the Government will think […]

Transforming the Highways Agency: PACTS reponse to consultation

Transforming the Highways Agency: PACTS reponse to consultation

PACTS submitted a response to the Government consultation on transforming the Highways Agency into a government-owned company, seeking a long-term framework for roads investment and creating an independent watchdog to ensure that the interests of road users are represented and the company’s performance is subjected to effective scrutiny and challenge. The PACTS response to the consultation is available here.