Research and analysis

Round 2 of the Road Safety Partnership Grant programme

The projects which benefited from round 2 of the Road Safety Partnership Grant programme and the outcomes and highlights from these projects.

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Road Safety Partnership Grant: impact of round 2 projects and progress on later projects

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Report providing the outcomes and highlights of projects benefiting from the Road Safety Partnership Grant programme, round 2. The round 2 programme ran from April 2008.

The Road Safety Partnership Grant programme was launched in October 2006, and invited bids from all local highway authorities in England. It aimed to support local highway authorities in delivering casualty reduction targets locally.

This report follows the Road Safety Partnership Grant 2007-2009 schemes headline impact report and round 1 2007-09 schemes summary report.

Published 8 March 2011