Research & Evaluation

May 19, 2022

How effective is reducing speed limits on rural roads?

We’ve got some answers from a first phase of a study for Surrey County Council, funded by the Road Safety Trust, and we will be completing […]
May 16, 2022

Ethnicity & Road Safety

Typical research into road safety trends and patterns tends to focus on road environments or the actions of those involved in a collision, with infrequent reference […]
March 15, 2022

Kent 20mph Study

Kent County Council commissioned us to provide an independent review and evaluation of two experimental traffic orders (ETOs) implemented as two separate town-wide 20 mph trials […]
December 17, 2021

Blog Post: Processing 2020 Road Safety Data

In this post by Bruce Walton, we outline some of the extra work required to process the 2020 road casualty data which highlights potential difficulties that […]
June 25, 2021

Record low road deaths but did our roads actually become more dangerous?

The provisional 2020 Great Britain casualty data has been released by the DfT and shows a record low number of road deaths but the story behind […]
May 20, 2021

Road Traffic and Injury Risk in Ethnic Minority Populations

Over the last year we have been investigating how society can better understand risk to pedestrian casualties from deprived and ethnic minority backgrounds. The results are […]
May 12, 2021

Ground-breaking research highlights most dangerous rural roads for young drivers

Agilysis have partnered with the AA Charitable Trust and the Roads Safety Foundation to launch an interactive map highlighting riskiest rural roads for young drivers. The […]
November 22, 2020

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Road Safety Partnership unveils radical Vision Zero Partnership

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Road Safety Partnership has rebranded as the ‘Vision Zero Partnership’, as part of a ‘radical’ new road safety strategy...
July 27, 2020

RideFree wins another road safety award, with DVSA rolling the scheme out nationally

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