ROAD SAFETY NEWS OF THE WEEK
Last week, General Motors announced the GM Collision Repair Network, which ensures a new vehicle is repaired with proper specifications following a crash. Additionally, the UK police have announced that new safety previsions have come into effect regarding child seats and seat belts. Check out these and other top news stories in our Road Safety News of the Week.*
- GM Lauches Collision Repair Network to Bolster Customer Safety
Following a crash, General Motors wants to make sure a new vehicle is repaired with the proper specifications. Thus, the automaker announced the GM Collision Repair Network.
- Fleet Management Algorithms for Autonomous Vehicles
This project will develop fleet management algorithms for planning and operation of autonomous vehicles to be integrated in a software platform and cooperate with existing transport systems.
- New Road Safety Measures Introduced for Children
Police announced that new traffic safety provisions have come into effect regarding child seats and seat belts, introducing rules in the use of measures for children travelling in taxis and buses.
- New Plans to Update Road Safety Laws to Protect Cyclists and Pedestrians
There has been consultation to look at whether a new offence equivalent to causing death by careless or dangerous driving should be introduced for dangerous cyclists.
* The opinions expressed in the articles are for informational purposes and do not necessarily reflect TSR and its members’ views.