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MUST MAKE SAFETY ITS CENTREPIECE:

ROAD SAFETY FOUNDATION TRACKING DATA 2012

Report measures safety levels across 27,000 miles of motorway and A road where majority of UK road deaths occur

  • Findings of huge economic rewards from low-cost safety engineering
  • UK’s busiest higher-risk roads are named, along with each region’s highest-risk road
  • New average speed cameras and interactive speed signs feature strongly on most improved roads
  • Single carriageways now six times more risky than motorways

Simple attention to safety engineering detail has resulted in extraordinary cuts in road deaths and serious injuries, according to the latest tracking survey* by the Road Safety Foundation. Fatal and serious injury crashes on just 10 stretches of treated road fell by nearly two thirds from 541 to 209 (2001-2005 and 2006-2010) – and a boost to the economy worth £35m every year. More

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