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March 2021 News

Use alcolocks to cut drink driving, says PACTS

The UK Government should introduce alcohol interlocks as soon as possible for drivers convicted of drink driving. This would reduce the high level of reoffending and cut the number of […]

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New ‘bold’ transport pledge from Welsh government

A ‘bold pledge’ to increase the number of people walking, cycling and using public transport sits at the heart of the Welsh Government’s new transport strategy. Announced on 19 March, […]

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TRL launches new micro mobility testing

Transport consultancy TRL has launched a new service for testing powered micromobility solutions, assuring both the safety performance and handling of the technology in real-world settings. Targeted at OEMs, operators […]

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Road Safety Trust makes new awards

The Road Safety Trust has awarded approximately £300k of funding to eight UK organisations to explore changing road use and emerging road safety issues as a result of the Covid-19 […]

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Government promises overhaul of bus services nationwide

The government has said studying bus timetables will become a thing of the past as it promised hundreds of miles of new bus lanes and more frequent services in England. […]

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New appointment for Jon Robertson

We are delighted to announce that we have appointed Jon Robertson to the role of Business Lead for Stakeholder Engagement and Communications, effective immediately. Jon joined us as one of […]

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Call for minimum learning period for new drivers

A new survey suggests there is ‘overwhelming support’ for the introduction of a 12-month minimum learning period for new drivers. Two thirds of respondents to the survey (68%), conducted by […]

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New truck safety scheme goes live

Enforcement of an initiative to protect vulnerable road users in London from the most dangerous trucks is under way – in a move described as a “major step” towards the […]

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Speeding ‘less acceptable’ than five years ago, suggests survey

The findings of a new survey show ‘positive long-term trends’ in relation to speeding behaviour – with motorists now considering it less acceptable than five years ago. The survey forms […]

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British Horse Society makes plea to drivers

The British Horse Society (BHS)  is urging drivers to be careful when passing horses on the road, after a spate of recent incidents. The four incidents, which took place in […]

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