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GLOBAL FORUM FOR ROAD SAFETY LEGISLATORS WESTMINSTER DECLARATION
Adopted in London at QEII Centre on 12th December 2016.

 

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ZERO DEATHS AND SERIOUS INJURIES: LEADING A PARADIGM SHIFT TO A SAFE SYSTEM
A new OECD/ITF report written by a group of more than 30 road safety experts representing 24 countries backing Global NCAP’s road map for improved vehicle safety.

 

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IMPROVING GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY
Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 10 April 2014

 

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Global Commission report 4

A POST-2015 AGENDA FOR HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT
The report calls for road safety to be included in the UN’s Post 2015 framework of Sustainable Development Goals. It also focuses on the need for safe and credible speed limits and recommends that the multilateral development banks should ensure that intended speeds on new or upgraded roads are compatible with minimum safety ratings.

 

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Global Commission report 3

TIME FOR ACTION
The report calls for “a step change in ownership, delivery and accountability mechanisms for road safety at global, regional and national levels”.

 

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Global Commission report 2

A DECADE OF ACTION FOR ROAD SAFETY
The report calls on the UN to launch a decade of action with the aim to achieve a 50% reduction in the forecast number of road deaths by 2020, and recommends the adoption a five pillar ‘safe system’ action plan to: (1) build management capacity, (2) influence road design and network management, (3) influence vehicle safety design, (4) influence road user behaviour and (5) improve post-crash care.

 

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Global Commission report 1

A NEW PRIORITY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
The report calls for a first ever global ministerial conference on road safety, closer co-operation and more investment in road infrastructure safety by the multilateral development banks, and a ten year $300 million action plan.

 

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