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Welcome to the Road and Transport Safety Website

The reduction of road casualties remains one of the County Council's priorities. Casualty reduction is achieved through education, training, managing speed and the highway infrastructure and through campaigns to change and influence the behaviours of drivers, passengers, riders, pedestrians and cyclists.

The County Council is focusing on the four main issues that statistics show contribute to casualties in Lancashire; young drivers, speed, older drivers and motorcyclists. We are also working in partnership through the Safer Lancashire Board to encourage the correct use of child restraints as incorrect fitting is one of the biggest problems that make them unsafe and the correct use of seatbelts, which is an issue in some areas of Lancashire. Campaigns are currently being developed to address these issues. The Young Driver Campaign, which includes crash reconstructions, radio and other media, is being delivered across Lancashire.

Road Safety Strategy

Lancashire's Road and Transport Safety Strategy for 2011 – 2020 sets out our priorities for road safety, our approach and the challenging targets we are proposing for reducing casualties in Lancashire, over the next 10 years. 
 
 

 

What we do

A PDF copy of the Road Safety Guide to our Services can be downloaded below:

Road Safety Guide to our Services

 

Click on the links below to see what we do

 

Driver Training        20mph Project        Safer Travel       Lancashire Partnership for Road Safety

       Driver Training              20mph Project              Safer Travel         Lancashire Partnership
                                                                                                      for Road Safety

 

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