Department of Transport seeks members of the public to join Road User Safety Forum

Members of the public, including road safety advocates, are being encouraged by the Department of Transport to apply to be members of the Road User Safety Forum.

The Department said that the Road User Safety Forum is “being established to support the development of the Phase 2 Action Plan underpinning” the Government’s Road Safety Strategy.'s reader-funded journalism won't survive without your help. With over 762,000 views so-far this year, it's not just "avid cyclists" who read this website, but, if you want it to keep going, more support is needed from readers like you. Now, back to the article...

Jack Chambers, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, said: “In my role, I have the privilege of regularly engaging with road safety advocates and experts. I am struck by their passion for and dedication to this important cause, and I am consistently impressed by the proposals that they bring forward for how we can make our roads safer.

He added: “As we develop our action plan for the 2025 to 2027 period in the months ahead, it is crucial that we gather the insights and perspectives of a diverse range of road users to ensure we move towards our 2030 targets with a comprehensive road safety plan in place.”

The Department said the forum would “serve as an independent consultative body aimed at providing insights and assistance for the formulation” and “may assist with decision-making on prioritising road safety actions” of the Phase 2 Action Plan.

For more details and, to apply for an appointment before 5pm on Friday, June 14th, see

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