The GB EuroRAP 2020 report celebrates 20 years of crash risk mapping and scopes investment packages designed to maximise casualty reduction across motorways and A roads in Great Britain.
The report launch will be followed by an interactive webinar showcasing the work of the Foundation’s partners.
The report shows how that fatalities on the comparable GB network mapped by the Foundation fell by 48 per cent.
It highlights one route – the A448 in Warwickshire – which has improved from high risk in 1997-1999 to low risk in 2016-2018. There were seven fatal and serious crashes on this route in 1997-1999 compared with none during the most recent three years. The 4km section of the A448 is a local single carriageway between the A435 and the A441 in Redditch. The road is roughly equally split between 40mph and 50mph speed limits and carries 9,000 vehicles per day.
- Date: 17 September from 14:00-16:50
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