Close date extended for Safe System Survey


Close date extended for Safe System Survey

September 11, 2023

We've just extended the closing date of the 2024 Safe System Capacity Survey to Friday 29th September, giving you just over two weeks remaining to take part.

The survey is open to all stakeholders whether in the public sector, private sector, or a charity. By participating you will help build a complete picture of the existing state of play, and identify areas where we need to improve, in order to secure a safe road network.

Supported by the nation’s leading road safety organisations including PACTSIHE, the Road Safety FoundationRoad Safety GBIAM RoadSmartRoadsafe, CIHT and the RAC Foundation, the survey will take another snapshot of the current state of capacity for Safe System implementation across the country, so that gaps can be identified, and comparisons made to last year. 

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