House of Commons
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NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY WEEK 2016
EDM #696
Tabled 17 November 2016
2016-17 Session
That this House notes that five people are killed and 62 seriously injured on UK roads every day; further notes that there can be no acceptable level of road casualties; notes that the Department of Transport 2016 estimated cost of reported road accidents was £15.3billion, with the estimate for unreported road casualties costing in excess of £35.5billion; congratulates Brake, the road safety charity, together with sponsors Aviva and Specsavers, on coordinating Road Safety Week, 21 to 25 November 2016, as a focus of efforts to raise awareness of avoidable road related deaths and serious injury; notes that thousands of community groups, schools, emergency services, voluntary sector organisations and leading companies will be holding events as part of the week to raise awareness about road safety; and notes that the campaign this year calls on everyone to pledge support for the positive transport choices that lead to safer roads and healthier, more active communities.

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