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Department for Transport (DfT)
Personal injury accident statistics on public roads in Great Britain for 2018.
Statistics on personal injury accidents in 2012 on public roads (including footways) in Great Britain, which became known to the police within 30 days.
Reported personal injury accident statistics on public roads in Great Britain for 2013.
Statistics and data about reported accidents and casualties on public roads in Great Britain.
Personal injury accident and casualty statistics on public roads in Great Britain for 2018.
Reported road casualties figures for 2013.
2011 statistics for personal injury accidents on public roads in Great Britain which became known to the police.
Personal injury accident statistics on public roads in Great Britain for 2017.
Guidance for local authorities on managing their road networks in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Reported road casualties figures for 2012.
Statistics on reported personal injury accidents from public roads in Great Britain for 2014.
Personal injury accident statistics on public roads in Great Britain for 2015.
Walking, cycling, and travelling in vehicles or on public transport during the coronavirus outbreak.
Call for evidence on ways to make cycling and walking safer while supporting the government's ambition to increase cycling and walking.
Seeks views on a proposal to allow learner drivers to take lessons on motorways.
Summary of research and findings from year 7 of the longer semi-trailer trial evaluation.
Guidance on the relaxation of drivers’ hours rules in the context of coronavirus (COVID-19).
How local authorities can set local speed limits and guidance on how these speed limits are determined.
To monitor the use of the transport system during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, DfT provides statistics on transport use by mode, published every Wednesday.
Department for Transport publishes official statistics relating to the transport system in Great Britain.…
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