Road Safety Wales has been established to create 'unity from diversity' by developing and substaining co-operation and interaction between all key partners across Wales and/or agencies with the responsibility for road safety promotion.
To further casualty reduction through collaborative working.
Although we have some of the safest roads in the world, every death or serious injury is one too many, Economy Secretary Ken Skates has said.
The Cabinet Secretary opened a high level Road Safety in Wales event in Cardiff on 18 October, bringing together key decision makers in the emergency services and local authorities. The event looked ahead to how new and emerging technologies will impact on safety on Welsh roads and how behaviour change models can be applied to reduce casualties, in particular among the most high risk groups of motorcyclists and young people.
Economy and Infrastructure Secretary Ken Skates said:
“The next decade will likely see record Welsh Governme...
Gwent Police officers have spent two consecutive nights targeting the criminal use of mopeds, motorbikes and other electric bikes across the City.
The operation, which ran throughout Thursday a...
Don’t end up on skid row. That’s the message from Carmarthenshire Council’s Road Safety Unit targeting tyre safety on our county roads.
The tyre safety campaign coincides with ‘National Ty...
Pupils from Derwendeg Primary School recently took part in a road safety event, as well as overseeing the installation of a new 20MPH zone outside the school.
Members of Caerphil...