The annual road safety calendar produced by the Department of the Environment in Northern Ireland (DOENI), now in its 43rd year, has been printed in preparation for the new school term.
The DfT has announced the formation of a taskforce to tackle the ‘overuse of traffic signs’ while a consultation proposes a range of new measures to address the problem in the longer term.
Police Scotland has launched a campaign focusing on three categories of vulnerable road users – children, cyclists and the elderly.
Commuters across the country are being encouraged to take to two wheels today as part of 2015 Cycle to Work Day (3 September).
HGVs without safety equipment to protect cyclists and pedestrians are banned throughout Greater London as of 1 September under what the Greater London Authority (GLA) describes as “Britain’s first Safer Lorry Scheme”.
Day two of the 2015 National Road Safety Conference will open with a session dedicated to issues surrounding fitness to driver.
95 Alive has joined the long list of road safety partnerships participating in the The Honest Truth campaign.
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How to overtake cyclists
A new film featuring British Cycling’s Chris Boardman and driving instructor Blaine Walsh shows drivers how to safely overtake cyclists.