Dr. Suzy Charman

Suzy has worked in the field of road safety for 17 years. She started her road safety career at EuroRAP where she was the international programme manager and oversaw the establishment of the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP).  After that, she was Head of International Road Safety at TRL, before joining the Road Safety Foundation in 2017.

Suzy has worked in the field of road safety for 17 years. She started her road safety career at EuroRAP where she was the international programme manager and oversaw the establishment of the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP).  After that, she was Head of International Road Safety at TRL, before joining the Road Safety Foundation in 2017.

Suzy has very broad experience in the field of road safety, having led the development of several multi-sector road safety strategies and action plans during her time at TRL.  Suzy leads a thriving programme at the Road Safety Foundation including provision of support to Highways England for their iRAP Star Rating work, leadership of the Older Drivers Task Force, supporting local authorities with their iRAP programmes following on from DfT’s Safer Roads Fund, review of roads around RAF bases with US visiting forces and the annual Crash Risk Mapping work. RSF also undertakes policy and research work including projects for ORR and research on urban road safety for the Road Safety Trust.

Suzy is a board member of the European Road Assessment Programme, an international not for profit association set up in 1999 and registered in Belgium that is dedicated to saving lives through safer roads.  She was previously a trustee of Transaid – a charity supporting transportation and logistics overseas.

 

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