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8 August 2018 – An estimated 9,040 people were injured or killed on Britain's roads in 2016 in incidents where a driver was over the alcohol limit,
2 August 2018 – Global NCAP is hosting its first ever World Congress in Delhi next month from September 26th – 29th, 2018.
1 August 2018 – The First African Road Safety Forum will be held in November 2018, in Marrakesh, Morocco. The forum is being organized by the Moroccan National Committee for Prevention of Road Accidents, which also hosted the Alliance’s Fourth Global Meeting in 2015.
27 July 2018 – Working closely with police, CSW Online was created as a means to modernise CSW and better coordinate groups of volunteers.
26 July 2018 – Transport for London has launched its Vision Zero Action Plan setting out how it will deliver the Mayor’s Transport Strategy target that by 2041 no one will be killed or seriously injured on London’s roads
26 July 2018 – A ‘new generation’ of The Children’s Traffic Club has been launched
22 July 2018 – A range of resources to promote tyre safety during the summer and to support October Tyre Safety Month in the UK are available.
18 July 2018 – Why not join the Driving for Better Business community - a broad church of business owners, fleet professionals, thought leaders and business networks.
18 July 2018 – At the annual United Nations High Level Political Forum, the Executive Director of UN Habitat, Ministers, Ambassadors, the Special Envoy for Road Safety, and UNDP Goodwill Ambassador endorsed the Child Health Initiative’s call for urgent action to tackle the impact of urban traffic on child and adolescent health.
18 July 2018 – Amend, a Child Health Initiative partner, has brought together NGO leaders from nine different African countries to agree an advocacy action plan for safe school zones across the region.
17 July 2018 – Since 1987 HRH Prince Michael of Kent has played a leading role in supporting improved road safety both in the United Kingdom and around the world.
9 July 2018 – The time has come to step back and consider how pre-driver interventions can have the most impact on improving road safety in Scotland, a new report has concluded.