News & events
Click on any one of the above months to browse road safety events throughout 2009.
Events are updated at the beginning of every month.
Tyre Safety Month
This month long TyreSafe organised campaign aims to raise awareness of the dangers of driving on defective and worn tyres.
TISPOL - The Conference 2009
The European Traffic Police 2009 Conference is a major European road safety event with key speakers and exhibitors in the field of road safety and road safety enforcement from across Europe and the USA.
IHT Road Safety Conference - Actions Speak Louder than Words: Implementing 'A Safer Way'
The Department for Transport's consultation entitled 'A Safer Way: Making Britain's Roads the Safest in the World' proposed a number of measures to reduce road casualties on Britain's roads. This conference will explore through presentations practical ways in which the recommendations contained in 'A Safer Way' can be implemented by highway authorities and their partners.
Road Safety GB quarterly meeting
The Road Safety GB - London quarterly meeting.
Beyond 2010: The Challenges Ahead
This PACTS-organised conference will look at topics including:
- Improving safety
- Understanding data
- Low carbon future
- Sustainable travel
Third International Course for Early Career Road Safety Researchers
This International Co-operation on Theories and Concepts in Traffic Safety (ICTCT) course will cover road safety research areas, knowledge of research approaches in other fields of investigation, and examples of inter-disciplinary research work.
LAPC quarterly meeting of full council
The London Accident Prevention Council's (LAPC) Quarterly Meeting of Full Council.
Fleet and Drive & Survive Open Day
This Institute of Advanced Drivers event will include a keynote address by former road safety minister and IAM vice chairman David Jamieson and a series of seminars and activities.
Towards and beyond the 2010 road safety targets - identifying the stubborn issues and their solutions
This International Co-operation on Theories and Concepts in Traffic Safety (ICTCT) workshop will provide a forum for discussing "stubborn" road safety issues.