Almost a third (31%) of the people who died in vehicles in Great Britain in 2018 were not wearing a…
In May 2019, PACTS was awarded a grant from GEM Road Safety Charity to undertake research into roads policing and…
PACTS is currently undertaking a research project ‘Drink driving – taking stock and moving forward’ following the award of a…
A report published by PACTS, in association with Direct Line Group, on the 30th of April 2019 reveals the problem…
Developing safe system road safety indicators for the UK – a report by PACTS in association with Ageas
PACTS, in association with Ageas, has called on the government to adopt a new approach to managing road safety. The report, Developing…
In 2017 the Department for Transport (DfT) commissioned a road safety management capacity review (RSMCR). This was a recommendation by PACTS in 2015 and PACTS was pleased that it was accepted by DfT and included in its 2015 British Road Safety Statement. The DfT is expected to publish the report in full in late spring 2018.
On the 50th Anniversary of the breathalyser, PACTS has published a report that calls on the Government to renew the fight against Drink Driving.
PACTS Response to consultation on changing the default speed limit in built up areas across Scotland from 30mph to 20mph.
PACTS has responded to the consultation by Mark Ruskell MSP, Green Party, on a Members Bill to change the default speed limit in built up areas across Scotland from 30mph to 20mph.
Professor Andrew Evans has updated his papers on fatal train accidents in Britain and Europe.
Links to both papers are included in the post.
On behalf of PACTS and in collaboration with the Transport Safety Commission’s Work-related Road Safety Forum, Dr Nicola Christie and Heather Ward from University College London and Dr Shaun Helman from the Transport Research Laboratory have produced a briefing paper on the issue of work-related road safety.