Benefits from outside sources
The group's activities (including the provision of its secretariat) are wholly funded by the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS), which is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. Benefits received in year 1999-2000 were:
£2,200 paid by each of the following: 3M United Kingdom PLC, Adtranz, AEA Technology, Association of British Insurers, Association of Train Operating Companies, BAA plc, British Airways, British Petroleum Company plc, British School of Motoring, Confederation of Passenger Transport, Eurotunnel - The Channel Tunnel Group Ltd, Ford Motor Company Ltd, Groupama Insurances, General Accident, Go-Ahead Group plc, Keymed (Medical & Industrial Equipment) Ltd, London Regional Transport, National Automobile Safety Belt Association, Railtrack PLC, Railway Industry Association, Rover Group Ltd, Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance UK, Solutia, Total Oil Great Britain Ltd, Vauxhall Motors Ltd, Volkswagen Group United Kingdom Ltd, Volvo Car UK Ltd.
£550 paid by each of the following:
Birmingham City Council, Bradford Metropolitan City Council, Buckinghamshire County Council, Cheshire County Council, Epping Forest District Council, Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council, Gloucestershire County Council, Hertfordshire County Councill, Hounslow London Borough Council, Kent County Council, Kirklees Metropolitan Council, Lancashire County Council, Leeds City Council, Lincolnshire County Council, Somerset County Council, South Gloucestershire Council, Surrey County Council, Swindon Borough Council, Warwickshire County Council.
£850 paid by each of the following: Brigade Electronics plc, Refined Bitumen Association.
Other financial donations
Key Med (£12,000); Total Oil Great Britain (£12,000); Volvo Cars UK (£12,000).