The RoadPeace Challenge

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The RoadPeace Challenge is an annual awareness-raising and fundraising week of action that takes place in May during UN Global Road Safety Week.

This year’s RoadPeace Challenge took place on May 13-19, 2024. The concept for 2024 was for emergency services, road crash victims, road safety professionals and the local community to collectively walk, run, and wheel 1,766 miles, in honour of the 1,766 people killed on UK roads in 2022. Thanks to the amazing efforts of the RoadPeace community, we were able to surpass this target by over 10 times, with a grand total of 19,336 miles covered by members and supporters up and down the country.

Now in its fourth year, the event has already raised £160,000 for RoadPeace, the national charity for road crash victims, as well as considerable public awareness around road harm.

Due to the event’s success, the RoadPeace Challenge has the full backing of the National Police Chiefs’ Council and the National Fire Chiefs’ Council, and now features on the National Roads Partnership Operations Calendar 2024 – 2025.

The mission of the RoadPeace Challenge is:

“To bring together the emergency services, bereaved families, businesses, schools and communities – to make a united stand against road death and injury.”


The RoadPeace Challenge continues to gather momentum, raising awareness for road danger and building communities across the country. We will be announcing plans for 2025, so keep up to date with RoadPeace news and be sure to get involved!

Why take part:

  • Raise awareness about the unacceptable number of deaths and injuries on our roads – Every day, on average, around five people die and hundreds more are injured in collisions on our roads
  • Raise awareness about the incredible work of the emergency services in responding to road crashes, day in, day out
  • Raise awareness about the vital support that RoadPeace, the national charity for road crash victims, provides to victims and bereaved families
  • Raise money for RoadPeace, to ensure that we can continue to run our helpline, befriending service and local support groups, which provide a lifeline for many people



Watch news coverage of the 2024 Finale Event


Watch our RoadPeace Challenge 2024 online launch event


Watch the round-up of the RoadPeace Challenge 2023