Road Safety Foundation

Project Edward launches push for safe speeds

15/09/2021

Police forces across the UK have carried out the first ever National Safe Speeds Day to highlight the human cost of excessive speed and encourage compliance with speed limits.

MRN facing safety scrutiny over poor record

07/07/2021

A major road safety charity has called for investment in improving the safety of the Major Road Network to be made a ‘clear and urgent priority’, after revealing that it has a fatal and serious crash rate almost five times that of the strategic road network.

Comment: 'We can design more forgiving roads'

10/05/2021

Dr Suzy Charman, executive director of the Road Safety Foundation, makes the case for safer roads, as well as safer drivers.

Highways England must ramp up safety spending, RSF says

23/07/2020

An independent review of Highways England’s spending on safety has found that it is inadequate to meet its short-term and long-term safety targets.

Safety schemes are shovel-ready too, says RSF

02/07/2020

A leading road safety charity and an insurer have called on ministers to provide new funding to tackle England’s highest risk roads.

Kate to play Fuller part in RSF success story

30/04/2019

Campaigning research charity the Road Safety Foundation (RSF) has appointed its first road safety engineering director.

Report identifies most improved and high risk roads

14/11/2016

Britain’s most improved and high risk roads have been identified in a report carried out by the Road Safety Foundation.

Two roads highlighted in Road Safety Foundation report

25/06/2015

A report carried out by the Road Safety Foundation shows that the A404 in Buckinghamshire is Britain’s most improved road while the A285 in West Sussex is the highest risk road.  

Routine maintenance helps improve road safety

05/11/2014

Authorities scheduling low cost safety improvements alongside routine maintenance have helped reduce fatal and serious crashes by 80% on 15 stretches of UK roads according to a report carried out by the Road Safety Foundation.

Road Safety Foundation: Safety is key on strategic roads

08/07/2014

Safety should be at the forefront when it comes to investment in England’s strategic road network, according to a report by the Road Safety Foundation.

A4128 still the most improved road in the UK

19/11/2013

The A4128 in Buckinghamshire has once again been recognised as this year’s most improved road in the UK, according to the ‘Measuring to Manage’ EuroRAP 2013 report produced by the Road Safety Foundation.

Report calls for action over road safety

24/10/2013

The Road Safety Foundation has called on the Government to invest in an effort to make UK roads measurably safer.

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