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Introduction: The project involved detailed analysis of examples of different partnership working arrangements in two case study areas to understand how they are set up and how they work in practice. The aim was: to examine how different partnership arrangements may influence road safety in disadvantaged communities and areas;
to explore how effective different arrangements are in utilising members’ skills and developing strategies and interventions; and to identify good practice in joint working for delivering road safety improvements.
In addition, the partnership investigation aimed to understand the potential effects of incorporating road safety issues and targets into wider partnership policy agenda, and to explore what difference this may make to service delivery.
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