road safety

Shared space

Shared space: Prime Minister urged to stop ...

Jan 20, 2020No Comments

Boris Johnson, the UK Prime minister, is being urged to step in and call a complete halt to shared space road design across the UK.

Road Safety

Road safety: what’s ahead in 2020?

Jan 13, 2020No Comments

With emerging issues likely to take centre stage, 2020 promises to be an intriguing year in road safety. Edward Seaman, assistant editor of Road Safety

mobile phone detection

Australia introduces ‘world-firstR...

Dec 16, 2019Comments off

Authorities on the east coast of Australia have taken the fight against mobile phone using drivers to the next level, with the introduction of ‘world-first’

Dawes Highway Safety

Dawes Highway Safety wins legal action

Dec 09, 2019Comments off

Dawes Highway Safety, which has fitted its innovative and award-winning PeoplePanels® to more than 5,000 HGVs across the UK, has warned fleets to be on

drink & drug

Scotland ‘getting tougher on drink an...

Dec 02, 2019Comments off

Authorities in Scotland have launched their annual festive drink and drug drive campaign – with ‘Gran’ once again featuring prominently, in a bid to positively

Road Safety

Uber and AA’s DriveTech launch road safet...

Nov 20, 2019Comments off

Road safety is a global problem with 1.3 million people killed annually. In the UK over 1,700 die with thousands more seriously injured annually.  Uber

M6toll

M6toll launches HGV driver road safety camp...

Nov 19, 2019Comments off

M6toll, operated by Midland Expressway Ltd (MEL), has joined forces with Central Motorway Police Group (CMPG) to produce a high impact road safety campaign designed

Bad driving is still the biggest cause of U...

Nov 12, 2019Comments off

Bad driving is the number one reason for road accidents in the UK, according to research led by telematics supplier Masternaut. The report analysed 192,503,863

Fleet Source breaks the boundaries for safe...

Nov 01, 2019Comments off

Leading driver training provider Fleet Source has responded to growing demand from the fleet industry for an all-roads solution to Vulnerable Road User training, with

Let’s go back to 1968 to reduce road acci...

Oct 25, 2019Comments off

Fifty-one-ears ago, the Government conducted a three-year experiment which saved hundreds of lives, by bringing the clocks forward in March 1968 and not turning them

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