29 November 2016
The Annual Seminar was held on 26 October at the Stirling Court Hotel, in the grounds of the University of Stirling. Attended by almost 150 delegates, the event focused mainly on the Road Safety Framework Mid-Term Review.
Scotland’s drivers are being encouraged to play their part in reducing accidents and serious injuries on urban roads through a joint Scottish Government and Road Safety Scotland campaign, “In Town, Slow Down”. The initiative aims to address the increase in the number of pedestrians killed or seriously injured in Scotland over the past year.
Cycling is a healthy alternative to driving, but there are a number of risks. Keep yourself safe and learn the facts.
Main findings for July 2015 and February/March 2016
Curriculum for Excellence aims to provide road safety learning at every level, engaging children and young people.
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23 January 2017
- Advice for Drivers
Off to do the weekly shop? Remember if you're caught speeding you could end up paying for a lot more than just the… https://t.co/6n1Nd1pg4q
What do you think of this hard hitting anti-speeding ad from New South Wales Road Safety? https://t.co/ql2uuw1Mc8