20's Plenty for Us

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A Safer Way


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Portsmouth, Oxford, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Islington, Hackney, Bristol, Bath & NE Somerset, Warrington, Southwark, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Lancashire, Chichester, Glasgow City, York, Liverpool, Manchester, Brighton & Hove, Middlesbrough, Camden, Waltham Forest, City of London, Greenwich, Wigan, Rochdale, Otley, Bury, Bolton, Nottingham, Birmingham, Lewisham, Coventry

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In 2009 the Department for Transport issued a consultation document on how to make our roads the safest in the world.

We have collected as many submissions by various organisations to this document which posed a number of questions.

The responses do show some interesting views from the various organisations concerned. They are available as below :-

Department for Transport Consultation Document


Responses for Download

20's plenty for Us Response

Association of British Drivers Response

British Horse Society Response

British Vehicle Rental Association Response

Campaign For Better Transport Response

Campaign for protection of Rural England Response

CSS Response

CTC Response

Cyclenation Response

Cycling Projects Response

Devon County Council Response

English National Park Authorities Response

Greater Manchester Councils  Response

Greater Manchester Cycle Campaign's Response

Institute of Advanced Motorists Response

Living Streets Response

London Councils Response

Oxford Pedestrian's Association Response

Parliamentary Advisory Committee on Transport Safety Response

Play England Response

Ramblers Association Response

RAC Foundation Response

Road Haulage Association Response

RoadPeace Response

ROSPA Response

Royal Town Planning Institute Response

Sustainable Development Commission Response

Sustrans Response

The AA Response

Transport Activists North West Response

West Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership Response

Note that 20's Plenty for Us provides the above as reference only and does not necessarily support or endorse any of the contained views apart the response from 20's Plenty for Us.

If anyone finds any further responses from organisations then please email the pdf or doc to [email protected].


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