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Written Answers. - Road Safety.

Tuesday, 26 November 2002

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 558 No. 1

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 101. Mr. Perry Information on John Perry Zoom on John Perry  asked the Minister for Transport Information on Seamus Brennan Zoom on Seamus Brennan  when the fifth progress report on the road to safety will be published. [23488/02]

Minister for Transport (Mr. Brennan): Information on Seamus Brennan Zoom on Seamus Brennan The operational period for the current five year road safety strategy will conclude at the end of the year.

[178]The strategy has been the subject of ongoing monitoring by the high level group on road safety which has published a series of annual progress reports. The fourth progress report was published recently and covers developments up to end June 2002.

The high level group has now been tasked with the preparation of a new road safety strategy that will span the period 2003 to 2005. The immediate background to the development of the new road safety strategy will be a realisation of the achievements in meeting the targets set out in the current road safety strategy, a comprehensive review of that strategy, and the evolving developments in relation to the proposed EU third road safety action plan. The forthcoming strategy will include a detailed commentary on the current strategy and final progress report.

Questions Nos. 102 and 103 answered with Question No. 62.

Question No. 104 answered with Question No. 91.

Question No. 105 answered with Question No. 86.

Question No. 106 answered with Question No. 77.

Question No. 107 answered with Question No. 74.

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