The Brake Blog

News and views from around the road safety world, with contributions from partners, researchers and campaigners as well as Brake staff and volunteers. All views expressed are those of the contributor and do not necessarily represent those of Brake or its employees.

Drive less, live more...

Drive less, live more...

Road Safety Week is in full swing and more and more people are learning the benefits of this year's theme 'drive less, live more'. With that in mind, Kent Austin from 2WheelsLondon blogs on three aspects of leaving your car at home and how it can be beneficial for you and others.

...
Rate this blog entry:
Continue reading
1160 Hits
0 Comments

A blog from Brasilia

A blog from Brasilia

Mary Williams OBE, the founder and chief executive of Brake marks the start of Road Safety Week, and offers this unique, international perspective on the relationship between sustainability and road safety.

...
Rate this blog entry:
Continue reading
2170 Hits
2 Comments

Cycling: an under resourced solution supplier

Cycling: an under resourced solution supplier

The theme for Road Safety Week this year is 'drive less, live more'. With that in mind, Brake's former senior community engagement officer Philip Goose looks at the cycling infrastructure that is currently in place and how Britain could and probably should follow the lead of the Netherlands in creating road use for all. Road Safety Week 2015 takes place November 23-29.

...
Rate this blog entry:
Continue reading
2670 Hits
0 Comments

Mum was right all along

Mum was right all along

It probably isn't until you're much older, wiser and know the dangers of driving that you appreciate what parents and loved ones of newly qualified drivers go through. Here, Brake's Mike Bristow gives his personal account of being at both ends of that spectrum.

...
Rate this blog entry:
Continue reading
1239 Hits
0 Comments

Diesel, lies, and VWgate

Diesel, lies, and VWgate

For Brake's director of communications and campaigns, Gary Rae, this highly personal blog resembles something akin to a confessional. He's one of 1.2 million people in the UK, affected by the growing VW emissions scandal.

...
Rate this blog entry:
Continue reading
3230 Hits
2 Comments