The introduction of a new ‘default’ UK national speed limit of 20 miles-per-hour (mph) – and with it a safer environment for children – could become a reality, according to a draft government report.
An early...Read more
In May 2021 a B-double truck mounted a kerb when turning a corner in Melbourne, injuring five pedestrians. In February 2020 a drunk driver drove onto a footpath in Sydney, killing four children and injuring...Read more
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Can a city where pedestrians, cyclists and children get injured or killed on the roads be a truly sustainable one? Given the rapid urbanization of the world’s population, road safety is a critical development and...Read more
The coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated the need for strong public health systems and approaches, says the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety.
With more than 200 members, the organisation plays a leading role in championing...Read more
Thousands of UK children have helped to highlight the stark fact that around 18 youngsters are killed or injured every day while walking and cycling.
As part of UK Road Safety Week, road safety campaign organisation...Read more
The streets of British cities are too dangerous for children to safely walk down – so say car drivers themselves.
With the number of road deaths rising, safety campaigners are supporting drivers’ calls for the transformation...Read more