Thank you for taking part in Road Safety Week 2015

Thank you for taking part in Road Safety Week 2015, 23-29 November, the UK’s flagship event to promote safer road use, supported by the Department for Transport and headline sponsors AIG and Specsavers. 

Let us know how it went

rsw balloons2Please do let us know what activities you ran for Road Safety Week and how they went. We really appreciate all your feedback, which helps us to make the next Road Safety Week an even bigger success. We’d love it if you could help us by completing one of the following surveys:

                
  • Survey for organisations and companies
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  • Survey for educators
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  • Survey for communities, individuals and other groups
  • We'd also be delighted to receive photos and clips (with appropriate permissions secured) of your events. Please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Thank you for joining us in calling on people across the UK to drive less and live more, to make our roads safer and our communities more pleasant.

    Register for 2016

    It's never too early to start planning for the next event! Sign up for Road Safety Week 2016 here to be first to hear about what we have in store for next year. 

    ‘Drive less, live more’

    drivelessfeetRoad Safety Week 2015 was all about encouraging people to think about their car use and how they might ' drive less, live more'.

    We wanted to focus on preventing the five deaths and 64 serious injuries that happen daily on UK roads, as well as celebrating the financial, health and environmental benefits of sustainable travel.

    At the start of Road Safety Week, Brake released figures that reveal the shocking effects that driving has on health and wellbeing. The figures show the extent of deaths caused by air pollution, as well as how levels of ‘inactivity’ vary across the UK: see our map roadsafetyweek.org.uk/drivelessmap to find out about your area.

    We believe this year’s theme is critical, showing how road safety is a bigger issue than many people think.