Frances Darling is a Brake volunteer who lost her sister, Sally Low, who was killed while cycling in Moray, Scotland, in September 2013. Here, Frances talks about the impact of the loss on Sally's teenage sons, the proceedures that followed and why she's calling on drivers and the government to ensure that all road users are safe on the roads.
Road Safety Week Blog
With an estimated two million people expected to have been in involved with this year’s Road Safety Week, Brake’s Sam Nahk looks back at some of his highlights.
Jeremy Coleman, UK Director for the Aftermarket Division of Mobileye, talks about how adding collision avoidance technology to vehicles already on the road is one way to improve safety right now.
London’s first walking and cycling commissioner Will Norman shares his views on why getting manufacturers to improve vehicle design will help prevent cyclist casualties.
This Road Safety Week, firefighters across the country will be running Biker Down events - free first-aid courses for motorcyclists. Kent Fire & Rescue Service crew manager, and keen motorcyclist, Jim Sanderson talks about why he set up the initiative.