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    • Hugh Gillies Head of Network OperationsTrunk Roads and Bus Operations Directorate Transport Scotland
    • Policy DriversNational Transport Strategy Strategic Road Safety Plan Scottish Road Safety Casualty Reduction Targets 2020
    • Strategic Road Safety Plan7 Areas:•  Analysis & Knowledge•  Risk Reduction•  Vulnerable Road Users•  Research & Development•  Speed Management•  Working with Partners•  Continuing Improvement
    • Road Safety Framework & Targets Target % % reduction reduction 2015 2020 milestone target People 30% 40% Killed People 43% 55% Seriously Injured Children 35% 50% Killed Children 50% 65% Seriously Injured
    • Delivering Improvements•  Safety in Planning (STPR)•  Safety in Assessment•  Safety in Design•  Safety in Construction•  Strategic Road Safety Unit•  Safety in Network Operations•  Safety through Maintenance
    • Annual Comparison (Trunk Roads) Scottish Trunk Road Pedal Cycle Accidents 40 35 30Number of Accidents 25 20 15 10 5 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Fatal Serious Slight
    • Vulnerable Road Users ForumTo work together with the core aim of building mutual respect between morevulnerable road users and professional drivers, enhancing safety of theseroad users when they share the same space Terms of Reference (June 2012)
    • Session E: Road Safety & TrainingQ. Which messages or initiatives would you like to see championed by Scotland’s Vulnerable Road User Forum?