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RAC Foundation

Premier Award, 2011

The Royal Automobile Club Foundation for Motoring Ltd is a charity which explores the economic, mobility, safety and environmental issues relating to roads and responsible road users. Independent and authoritative research, carried out for the public benefit, is central to the Foundation’s activities.

In 2010/11 the Foundation undertook or commissioned more than a dozen pieces of research, many directly relating to road safety issues. Its highly influential report ‘The Effectiveness of Speed Cameras- A review of evidence’ had a significant impact on policy and aided numerous police forces both in the UK and further afield to make the case for speed camera enforcement in the face of significant funding challenges.