Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership publishes new Strategy to 2030
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Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership has today published the Warwickshire Road Safety Strategy to 2030 setting out an ambitious target to reduce deaths and serious injuries on our roads by 50% by 2030.
The development of the plan follows a public consultation which looked at attitudes to road safety and the measures that would be needed to make highways safer for all users.
‘Together’ is a key word in the Strategy as it calls upon the public as well as partners such as Warwickshire Police, Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Warwickshire County Council, Warwickshire Fire & Rescue and National Highways to play their part in making our roads safer as part of the new ‘safe systems’ approach.
The full media release and a social media clip explaining ‘Safe Systems’ can be found here
For more information about road safety in Warwickshire please visit www.warksroadsafety.org.uk and please follow us on Facebook @WarwickshireRoadSafety and Twitter @WarksRoadSafety
PHOTO: Chair of Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership and Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe in the foreground showing the new road safety Strategy to 2030 with representatives from WFRS, police and National Highways in the background.