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21 November 2022 – THINK! is relaunching its Mates for Life drink drive campaign. The short films show a young man encouraging his friend not to drink before getting in front of the wheel, by reminding him of the lifelong friendship and adventures they are yet to have. Following the campaign running in 2021, two thirds of the audience who saw it took action as a result, including intervening to stop a mate drink driving.
16 November 2022 – Your attitudes towards speeding are wrong. Please update them.
14 November 2022 – New research shows 20mph speed limit could save Wales £100 million in first year
11 November 2022 – Motorcyclists delivering hot food who pick up jobs through digital platforms are more likely to be in a collision where their bike is damaged or someone is injured than those directly employed by restaurants, finds research by UCL.
9 November 2022 – On this Day, we remember victims of road traffic crashes; call for better support & justice for bereaved families; & urge action to #SaveLives.
9 November 2022 – Euro NCAP, together with Australasia’s independent voice on vehicle safety, ANCAP, have released their forward-looking vision to 2030 establishing the future focus for vehicle safety across the European, Australian and New Zealand new vehicle markets.
7 November 2022 – Tickets are available for those wishing to join the event to meet the winners and celebrate..
1 November 2022 – The Partnership for Active Travel and Health (PATH) has launched as a new global coalition calling on governments and cities to make a real commitment to walking and cycling
1 November 2022 – A government-supported, industry-led collaborative network which aims to support Australian businesses and organisations to develop a positive road safety culture and help protect their workers and the public, not only during work hours but also when staff are 'off-duty'.
1 November 2022 – UK Cities launch strategies based on a safe system
28 October 2022 – Investment in urban protected bicycle lanes can significantly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, lower transport costs, and prevent road fatalities compared to investment in other infrastructure, says a new report developed by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy’s (ITDP) global Cycling Cities campaign, supported by the FIA Foundation.
26 October 2022 – Road crashes impose large human and financial costs on society, and substantial investments are made in infrastructure and safety programs to reduce road trauma. However losses are all toooften simply set out in numbers killed or injured. The cost of road crashes is important in the safety debate in Australia and elsewhere