The Most Dangerous Roads in Britain
The Most Dangerous Roads in Britain have been revealed by the Road Safety Foundation who commissioned the report.
The report which is named ‘How Safe Are You On Britain’s Roads?’ named a stretch of road, the A285 between Chichester and Petworth in West Sussex the most dangerous of roads, nationwide. It has seen serious and fatal crashes rise by 16% from 2007 to 2012.
The report claimed a ‘far-reaching intervention’ is needed on the A285 in West Sussex to help tackle the severity of the problems on that piece of road and that the current safety measures are inadequate.
The report also said that the risk of death and serious injury is two thirds higher on major roads in the East Midlands than in the West Midlands.
Five Most Dangerous Roads in Britain
- A285 between Chichester and Petworth (West Sussex)
- A809 from A811 into Glasgow (Scotland)
- A937 towards Montrose, Angus (Soctland
- A18 between Laceby and Ludborough (Lincolnshire)
- A61 between Wafefield and the M1 (Yorkshire)
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