Tag : PACTS
The Government must take action to tackle the growing problem of drug driving, including ending the ‘postcode lottery’ of enforcement, according to a new PACTS report.
The UK’s system to prevent drink-driving is no longer adequate and needs a major review – including a lower limit and improved enforcement.
The Department for Transport should adopt new ways of reviewing casualty data to provide a more balanced viewpoint on road danger risks, according to the Parliamentary … Read More »
The government should be guided by the science and prioritise roads policing to save lives and to combat wider criminality, suggests a new report released today … Read More »
The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) is calling for the introduction of harsher penalties for those flouting the seat belt law as research shows … Read More »
The RAC Foundation has published new research that echoes calls for a road accident investigation branch.
New ‘Smart Crossing’ technology that could help make pedestrians, cyclists & drivers safer and more aware of each other has been unveiled in London.
The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) has called on all political parties to commit to an overhaul of road safety in the next Parliament.