TfL is trialling Intelligent Speed Adaptation technology to assess its impact on reducing collisions in the capital

Angela Gill, Team Manager Traffic Engineering for Portsmouth City Council, discusses Portsmouth’s city-wide 20mph scheme for residential roads

The public sector must have firm policies and practices in place to demonstrate that they are managing their road risk in a proper manner, argues Graham Feest, Secretary of the Association of Industrial Road Safety Officers

John Smart, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Technical Affairs, Institution of Highways and Transportation, looks at road casualty reduction and where to go next

Transport is crucial to business success and involves not only infrastructure improvements but also innovation and behavioural change

The Department for Transport has launched a new, hard-hitting, £2.6 million THINK! campaign explaining exactly why we should always use a seat belt

Stephanie Pratt, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (USA), looks at global initiatives to prevent road traffic injury at work

The Local Authority Road Safety Officers Association (LARSOA) is the national road safety organisation representing Road Safety Officers (RSOs) employed in local government across the UK

New technology leads the way to safer roads, says Rebecca Hampson of Road Safety Support

Corporate focus on containing and cutting costs is at a level not seen since the recession of the early 1990s so a boardroom occupational road risk management action plan is a business essential

More than 40,000 people die on Europe’s roads each year. Widespread deployment of active safety systems will help prevent accidents from happening

The UN has called on private and public sector fleets around the world to develop and implement policies and practices that will reduce crash risks for vehicle occupants and other road users

The Highways Agency argues the case for Active Traffic Management to reduce congestion and improve journey time

Making roads safe for all users is a key priority for the Welsh Assembly Government

The road respect campaign is about making roads safer, better for the environment, better for business and ultimately, saving lives