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.
Job opportunities and road safety will be boosted by more than £30m worth of grants to local transport schemes in Wales, the Economy Secretary has said.
Ken Skates said the cash would also promote walking and cycling and tackle congestion.
The money will help fund more than 100 local projects across Wales.
He said it was "very pleasing" that many fed directly into "key transport priorities" such as the proposed metro systems in north and south Wales.
Grants have been made to projects in all 22 council areas of Wales following applications for funding.
Major schemes being backed include:
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The way vehicle tax is calculated will change for cars, and some motor homes, that are first registered with DVLA from...
Community Speed Watch schemes continue to grow across Wales. The schemes, which are staffed by volunteers and supported by Neighbourhood Policing Teams are progressing well acro...
Pupils from Cwmtawe Community School have been taking part in a number of Safe Cycling Workshops throughout March.
Taken on a series of on road sessions around Pontadawe by the Road Sa...