Useful Road Safety and Transport Websites
THINK! provides road safety information for road users. Their aim is to encourage safer behaviour to reduce the number of people killed and injured on our roads every year. The Think! Road Safety website offers news of the latest national campaigns and safety advice for all road users.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a registered charity established more than 90 years ago that aims to campaign for change, influence opinion, contribute to debate, educate, and inform - for the good of all.
Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service is one of the most innovative fire services in the UK. Their Road Safety Schemes have been highly praised and in common with RoadDriver they are signatories to the European Charter for Road Safety.
Sussex Safer Roads Partnership's free New Driver Awareness workshop (NDA) is designed to increase new drivers’ skills on the road, through an informal and interactive 90-minute classroom-based session delivered by Road Safety professionals. "HIGHLY RECOMMENDED"
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety is dedicated to saving lives and reducing injuries on the roads.
The Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ORSA) now comprises 150 organisations who have agreed to work together to promote occupational road safety via their respective memberships and key contacts.
As a charity the IAM supports the raising of driving and riding standards and campaigns for increased skills.
Road Safety GB (formerly LARSOA) is a national road safety organisation that represents local government road safety teams across the UK.
The DSA (Driving Standards Agency) conducts driving tests in Great Britain for cars, motorcycles, lorries, buses and other vehicles. It also maintains a register of car driving instructors and checks standards of tuition.
DfT (The Department of Transport) was set up to provide a stronger focus on delivering the Government's transport strategy.
DVLA (The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency) is an Executive Agency of the Department for Transport (DfT).
Campaign for Better Transport helping to create transport policies and programmes that give people better lives.
AIRSO is a registered charity whose aim is to provide a platform for all who work in the wider area of road safety.
Brake is a registered charity whose aims are to prevent death and injury on the roads and to care for people bereaved or affected by serious injury in a road crash through their support services of BrakeCare.
RoadPeace is a UK charity providing support for victims of road crashes and campaigning for justice, road safety and road danger reduction.
The Collision Reporting site has been developed to assist police officers in completing road collision reports and statistical forms, however, it does contain useful information about what to do if you witness or have been directly involved in a road collision.
GEM has been supporting Road Safety initiatives since it was founded in 1932.
The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) is a registered charity and an associate Parliamentary Group.
The Transport Research Foundation is a non-profit distributing company, limited by guarantee, and established for the impartial furtherance of transport and related research, consultancy, and expert advice.
TRL is an internationally recognised centre of excellence providing world-class research, consultancy, testing and certification for all aspects of transport.
This road safety resource aims to provide a safe place for young people to think about behaviour and preventing injury on the road.
The A77 has a high profile crash history and the Safety Group is committed to reducing this casualty record by working together and driving through changes.
The Children's Traffic Club is a successful, award winning road safety programme for 3 and 4 year olds.
Traveling with children car seat safety advice.
European Commission for Transport
Highways agency responsible for maintaining safety on the UK's motorways and trunk roads.
Home Zones are an attempt to strike a balance between vehicular traffic and everyone else who uses the street, the pedestrians, cyclists, business people and residents.
The Institute of Traffic Accident Investigators.
Junior Road Safety Officer's (JRSO) scheme is to empower children to highlight road safety issues within their school.
Safe Routes to Schools - their aim is to inspire and support safe, sustainable and healthy school journeys.
Pass Plus is a training course specifically aimed at new drivers, designed by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) with the help of insurers and the driving instruction industry.
The SLOWER SPEEDS INITIATIVE aims to highlight the impacts of speed through sound research and effective advocacy.
Charity supporting people affected by Road Death and Injury
Vehicle and Operator Services Agency.
World Health Organisation for traffic injuries
Euro NCAP provides motoring consumers with a realistic and independent assessment of the safety performance of some of the most popular cars sold in Europe.
The Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee's (DPTAC) advising the Government on the transport needs of disabled people.
ETSC is a Brussels-based independent non-profit making organisation dedicated to the reduction of the number and severity of transport crashes.
The Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP) brings together governments and governmental agencies, the private sector and civil society organisations to address road safety issues in low and middle income countries.
Road safety website for parents and teachers.
Professional development of road safety practitioners in the UK.
The Child Accident Prevention Trust is the UK's leading charity working to reduce the number of children and young people killed, disabled or seriously injured in accidents.
London Accident Prevention Council.
National Road Safety Diary.
The Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards.
RoadSafe is acknowledged as a leading forum for promoting and devising solutions to road safety problems.
Network for all organisations working to promote sustainable travel.
Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service are working in partnership with Shropshire Council's and Telford and Wrekin Borough Council's Road Safety Teams to reinforce the need for drivers and other road users to take responsibility for their own safety and that of other road users.
The website for the UK Police forces' BikeSafe initiative, which includes links to local BikeSafe sites.
E-Training World, the specialist in online driver risk assessments and e-driver training, a free online programme to highlight the dangers of drinking and driving.
The National Driver Improvement Scheme is available throughout England, Scotland and Wales, and is run by local authorities or private companies who act as service providers to their prospective police authority.
MIB was established in 1946 to form agreements with the Government to compensate the victims of negligent uninsured and untraced motorists.
The Institute of Highway Incorporated Engineers 'Guidelines for Motorcycling'.
Nationwide Education is a free online education resource designed to help pupils, teachers and parents learn about the importance of road safety, home safety, sustainable living and financial capability through fun interactive games, fact and work sheets for ages 2 to 18+.
This site is part of a major In-car child safety initiative across Scotland aimed at increasing awareness of the dangers of ill-fitted, inappropriate car seats.
The RAC Foundation researches and campaigns on a wide variety of issues relating to the use of motor vehicles.
The Road Operators' Safety Council is the industry's own organisation promoting road safety.
Provides drivers of all ages and in all countries with additional or updated information that can greatly enhance your safety on today's busy roads.
Road Safety Scotland.
Campain for safer motorways.
The Road Safety Foundation is a UK charity advocating road casualty reduction through simultaneous action on all three components of the safe road system: roads, vehicles and behaviour.
Road Safety for Kids. E-Training World is passionate about road safety, which is why they provide free online road safety training for children.
working to prevent unintentional injury to children and young people in England.
National charity that works to create safe, attractive and enjoyable streets, where people want to walk.
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