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Report 1 – “Working Together to Build a Safer Road System. British Road Safety Statement”, Department for Transport, December 2015.

The UK government committed to invest in national road safety and to do so they developed the following study. This report contains charts and graphs about road deaths in selected countries: 2013 & 2014, reduction in British road deaths (2005-2014), comparative vulnerability of different road user groups, between others.

reduction british road deaths

— Department for Transport, December 2015.

“Despite our enviable safety record, it remains a sobering fact that road deaths rose slightly in Britain from 1,713 in 2013 to 1,775 in 2014. While this was still the third lowest figure on record, every road death and serious injury is a tragedy that leaves a life ruined and a family shattered.”

— Department for Transport, December 2015.

Report 2 – “JSNA Briefing on Road Safety and Older People”, Worcestershire County Council, January 2016.

This report discusses specific statistics and recent trends on pedestrian casualties. The report reveals that there is an increase in casualties per 10,000 people in the older age groups, particularly aged 75 and over. It also specifies the number of killed and seriously injured older casualties, serious and slight casualties on or near pedestrian crossings, and statistics about how more pedestrians are injured when crossing the road without using a crossing.

“Recent trends in pedestrian casualties nationally shows an increase in those aged 60+ killed on the roads, Number of killed and seriously injured older casualties, Serious and slight casualties on or near pedestrian crossings in Worcestershire across a five year period 2010/11 to 2014/15, More pedestrians are injured when crossing the road without using a crossing”

— Worcestershire County Council, January 2016.

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