An amendment to the Infrastructure Bill which, if adopted, will include a legal obligation on the Government to develop a cycling and walking investment strategy, has been welcomed as a “massive step” by British Cycling’s Chris Boardman.
Brake has produced a free interactive e-learning resource designed to “bust myths” and “convey the horrendous risks” associated with drink driving.
A consortium of leading UK road safety stakeholders, led by Road Safety GB, has unveiled ambitious plans to support Global Road Safety Week 2015.
Sergeant Rob Heard has won the ACPO and Police Federation Outstanding Contribution to Roads Policing Award 2014.
Lincolnshire Police received 181 texts reporting potential drink drivers over the festive period.
2014 festive drink drive figures show a hike in young driver arrests.
Group launches awareness campaign highlighting dangers of illegal and irresponsible parking outside schools.
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