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Road Safety Website Links
The following websites provide
information about road safety.
Launched in October 2011, CrashMap allows
the public access to more than one million road traffic crash
records for the first time. Check out English Road Safety
Comparison which features UK road casualty data
from 2005 to 2011.
For further information visit Road Safety
Interactive online road safety
Nationwide offers some fun online games.
RoadSafe for Parents
shows parents what they can do to help
their children be better drivers. 'Don’t Be That
Someone’ is an innovative multi-media campaign designed to
reach a wide audience and make a difference to young people’s
driving education. In addressing the causes and consequences of
drink driving, the campaign aims to change attitudes, raise
awareness and reduce casualties.
Free Range Kids - promoting independent travel. Sustrans is
collecting signatures to put pressure on decision makers to create
communities so that our children can be free-range.
- Sustrans promotes safer routes to
school. Walking for Health, WFH
provides information about locally organised free health walks you
might like to go along to.
- Streetwise is an interactive
safety education site.
- Kent and Medway Walking Bus
Group shows how to join a walking bus or start one up
- Letzgogreen is a highly
recommended site that holds a lot of interactive materials with
clear lesson plans, suitable for Key Stages 1 and 2.
Healthy Schools carries health information for
- Walk to School is
user-friendly and a must-visit site.
- International Walk to
School highlights the many reasons people and communities
walk to school.
- Tales of the Road has
road safety related games and videos aimed at children.
- The Children's Traffic Club is a
successful, award winning road safety programme for three and
- Bikeability explains
Medway's cyclist training program.
- ETA promotes Green Transport Week
and National Car-free Day. It also aims to reduce dependence on
cars and lorries.
Natural England is a statutory consultee for major
transport schemes (such as roads, rail, port and airport
expansion) and environmental impact assessments of transport
schemes. As well as strategic environmental assessment or
sustainability appraisal and habitats regulations assessment of
local transport plans and regional transport strategies.
- Living Streets from the
Pedestrians Association, has lots of useful links.
Road Safety professional organisations
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