Road safety research and statistical reports

The Department for Transport conducts research into improving road safety across the UK and regularly publishes findings.

Documents

  1. Compulsory basic training: learners’ and trainers’ perceptions

    • 5 December 2014
    • Research and analysis
  2. Road safety research and statistical reports

    • 18 February 2016
    • Guidance
  3. Novice drivers: evidence review and evaluation

    • 9 October 2013
    • Research and analysis
  4. Motorcycle manoeuvres review: feasibility and safety implications

    • 4 July 2013
    • Research and analysis
  5. Heavy goods vehicle speed limit increase evaluation: final report

    • 9 November 2012
    • Research and analysis
  6. Traffic management techniques for cyclists

    • 24 September 2012
    • Research and analysis
  7. Infrastructure and cyclist safety

    • 28 November 2011
    • Research and analysis
  8. Linking offence histories to accident causation using OTS Data

    • 6 September 2011
    • Research and analysis
  9. Analysis of STATS19 data to examine the relationship between the rate of vehicle accidents involving pedestrians and type approval noise levels

    • 25 July 2011
    • Research and analysis
  10. Assessing the perceived safety risk from quiet electric and hybrid vehicles to vision-impaired pedestrians

    • 25 July 2011
    • Research and analysis

Read more : https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/road-safety-research-and-statistical-reports