This section includes reports, guidance and evaluations to assist organisations, groups and individuals with an interest in road safety.
Welsh Government Guidance
Road Safety Framework for Wales
Covering the period 2013 - 2020
An outline of the road safety targets for Wales and plans on how these will be achieved by 2020.
The new strategy - the result of a major consultation over the last year - aims to encourage people out of their cars, with a new target for 45 per cent of journeys to be by sustainable means across Wales by 2045, up from 32 per cent currently.
A report on options to tackle pavement parking in Wales.
The Welsh Government accepts all the Task Force Group recommendations for each of the categories: Legal and Policy, Exceptions, Enforcement, Engineering, Monitoring and evaluation.
This report has been prepared to support the Welsh Government’s plan to introduce a 20mph national default speed limit in 2022.
A review on reducing the default speed limit on restricted roads to 20mph in Wales and the changes that need to take place.
Welsh Government Engagement Approach for Low Carbon Delivery Plan 2. Also describes how this will be undertaken in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This Plan sets out the Welsh Government’s approach to cut emissions and increase efficiency in a way that maximises wider benefits for Wales, ensuring a fairer and healthier society.
Recommendations to improve the Road Safety Framework for Wales and progress made so far.
Advice on how learners should behave to have a safe journey when travelling to and from school.
WelTAG should be used in the development and appraisal of transport proposals promoted or funded by Welsh Government.
The Act sets out the approach for the sustainable management of natural resources in Wales, which will help to mitigate for and adapt to the impacts of climate change.
The Action Plan outlines what will be done in Wales to enable people to walk or cycle more.
Evaluated by Brainbox Research for Dyfed-Powys Police, the Mature Driving Course aims to enable older drivers to make informed decisions about their driving future.
Monmouthshire County Council's evaluation presents the findings from the workshop ‘be bright be seen’ which, to date, has been delivered to 8 schools and over 500 children in Monmouthshire.
An evaluation undertaken by Pembrokeshire County Council and Swansea Council on Rider Safe, an initiative for new riders of low-powered motorcycles.
Report on the older driver scheme, delivered to drivers aged 65+ in Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham.
Review of compulsory motorcycle enterprises in Wales, commissioned by the Welsh Government.
Analysis of the Pass Plus Cymru scheme delivered across Wales to novice drivers, commissioned by the Welsh Government.
A report by Road Safety Wales on the first year of the CRASH Card scheme in Wales.
South East Wales local authorities review of the monitoring and evaluation of Mega Drive.
Other Road Safety Guidance
This guide provides simple advice, based on the HSE’s approach of ‘Plan, Do, Check, Act’ and signposts to more detailed guidance. It is designed for organisations that may not have considered MORR previously and are unsure how to start.
Wales’s First “Future Generations Report” by the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales.