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Research Report 668 A cross portfolio consideration of interventions impacting transport safety outcomes

Published: | Category: Healthy and safe people , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General

This project aimed to identify interventions outside of the traditional transport sector with spill-over effects on road safety and to inform future evaluations of road safety interventions on how to include road safety co-benefits in programme design.

Unfortunately, at present, road safety co-benefits are often left out of intervention logics for non-road safety projects, due to complexity, uncertainties, risks and resource pressures.

The report recommends several practical measures that could be implemented to improve the likelihood of road safety co-benefits being included in allied agencies’ programme intervention logics.

Keywords: actor map, case study, co-benefits, congestion, education, electric vehicle, emissions, enrolment scheme, environment, intervention logic, interventions, justice, police, Rasmussen, risk management framework, road safety, school, systems, systems framework, transport, workplace, youth crime

Publication details

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  • Published: September 2020
  • Reference: 668
  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-98-856187-5