RoadSafe News – January 2024

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In the January issue...



Technologies for the Safe System

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Royal Awards presented in London

HRH Prince MIchael of Kent welcomed his 2023 International Award winners to his annual awards ceremony in London on 12 December.  Read more...


Royal Award for UN Road Safety Fund

The Award was given to the Fund in recognition of the growing impact of its 44 projects operating in 88 low and middle-income countries across five regions.  Read more...


Transport for London Wins the 2023 Premier Prince Michael International Award

The 2023 Premier Award has gone to Transport for London.  Read more...


The Road Safety Capacity Building Programme wins a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award

This innovative capacity-building programme focused on building road safety capacity and technical knowledge among professionals in LMICs  Read more...

Decade of Action


Global status report on road safety 2023

The Global status report on road safety 2023 shows that the number of annual road traffic deaths has fallen slightly to 1.19 million.   Read more...

International news


Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety Launches Strategic Plan 2024–2030

The Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety (the Alliance) is excited to announce the launch of our Strategic Plan 2024–2030. The strategy outlines the Alliance’s vision, mission, and strategic priorities to navigate the remaining years of the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021–2030 (Decade of Action).  Read more...

Safer vehicles


New Vehicle Safety Systems Report highlights the importance of ADAS

This report highlights a worrying lack of knowledge about the latest vehicle technology, which has the potential to prevent crashes and save thousands of lives if introduced in all new vehicles.  Read more...

Safer roads


New Interactive Crash Mapping Tool

Road Safety Foundation UK launch a new interactive crash risk mapping tool.  Read more...

Safer drivers


Road Safety campaigns to reduce careless driving and speeding

The Department for Infrastructure has announced two road safety campaigns in collaboration with the Northern Ireland Road Safety Partnership (NIRSP).  Read more...


How do we get people to change behaviours to improve safety on our roads?

National Highways takes a variety of behavioural, social and physical factors into account when seeking to enable, engage and support people to drive safely on England’s motorways and major A-roads.  Read more...

Speed management


Speed Management Manual

The Second Edition of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Speed Management Manual has been released, sharing the link between reduced speeds and safer roads through iRAP partner case studies.  Read more...


New WHO manual aims to curb dangerous speeding on the world’s roads

The World Health Organization [WHO] and partners launched a revised manual to help curb the scourge of road traffic deaths and injuries through managing speed on the world’s roads today.  Read more...

Alcohol and drugs


Mates for Life 2023

THINK! is relaunching the Mates for Life campaign to empower friends to intervene if the moment arises with the message ‘A mate doesn’t let a mate drink drive’.  Read more...

Other articles


Road Safety Capacity Building Programme

This innovative capacity-building programme focused on building road safety capacity and technical knowledge among professionals in LMICs.  Read more...

Forthcoming events

Trial by Roadside: The Corporate Cost – 17 January 2024

SHIFTing Gears to improve health – 24 January 2024

How can we manage driver sleepiness? – 24 January 2024

56th CIECA General Assembly and Congress – 7 March 2024

ADINJC Scotland Conference – 17 March 2024

EU Road Safety Conference 2024 – 16 April 2024

Great British Fleet Event – 17 April 2024

ADINJC & Intelligent Instructor Driving Instructor Convention ‘24 – 12 May 2024

Young Driver Focus 2024 – 22 May 2024

RoadSafe Technology Live 2024 – 9 July 2024

ADINJC & Intelligent Instructor National Conference & Expo ’24 – 29 September 2024


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