Briefing: UK Transport Safety: Who is responsible?

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Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
June 4, 2015
Author
Ruth Bradshaw, LGIU Associate
Issues Covered
  • leadership and coordination
  • road safety
  • Safe System Approach
Categories
Crime, policing and community safety, Health, public health, adult social care, Infrastructure, transport, traffic enforcement
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‘UK Transport Safety: Who is responsible?’ produced by the Transport Safety Commission examines the legal and institutional responsibilities for transport safety. Recommendations of particular relevance to councils include the need for government to set ambitious national targets for road safety and a call for adequate, dedicated resourcing for road safety.

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