Still a sense of complacency in national road safety casualty statistics?

Still a sense of complacency in national road safety casualty statistics?
The DfT published annual road casualty statistics 2019 for Great Britain this week*, and the overarching trend is no real or dramatic improvement in road deaths or serious casualties. A total of 1,748 people were killed in reported road traffic accidents in Great Britain in 2019, which has effectively remained static since 2010. There were 25,975 seriously injured casualties, and 125,592 slightly injured casualties reported to the police (although it is believed that slight casualties a...

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