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.
Denbighshire County Council is cracking down on motorists who could be putting lives at risk by overloading their vehicles.
The Council works closely with its partners from North Wales Police and the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency to raise awareness of the dangers around overloading vehicles, but also carrying out random checks to see whether people are complying with the law.
Since September 2017, 338 vehicles have been weighed in Denbighshire. 58 of those vehicles were reported for action, 30 written warnings issued, 14 verbal warnings/advice issued and a number of other offences identified, including the use of red ...
A spate of 76 thefts of drain covers has taken place in Cardiff in January, with a predicted cost to the taxpayer of £20,000
The thefts have taken place in wards across the city including Cy...
A joint operation between North Wales Police and Gwynedd Council’s Licensing Team recently carried out checks on taxis and light goods vehicles in the Caernarfon and Bangor areas.