Inquiry status: Report and Government Response published.
The Transport Committee undertook an inquiry into the Government’s strategic framework for road safety, which was published in May 2011.
The Government’s vision for road safety is to ensure that Britain remains a world leader on road safety and that the relatively high risk of accidents amongst some groups, such as cyclists and children from deprived areas, is quickly reduced. The Committee will examine whether the strategic framework will fulfil this vision.
Transport Committee Chair says the DfT has wasted an opportunity to demonstrate focus and leadership on road safety
Transport Committee report evaluates the Government's road safety strategy
MPs to publish Road Safety Report on Wednesday 18 July
MPs put #AskCycleMinisters questions to Mike Penning and Norman Baker
MPs holds final evidence session of road safety inquiry
MPs to take further evidence as part of their inquiry into road safety
Transport Committee to hold two evidence sessions for its inquiry on the Government’s Strategic Framework for Road Safety
Transport Committtee call for evidence
Report, together with formal minutes, oral and written evidence
Additional written evidence
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Not all inquiries result in a Report