Innovative School Streets pilot hailed a success at Eastlands Primary School in Rugby Eastlands Primary School road safety scheme is hailed a great success. A pilot road safety scheme from Warwickshire County Council at Eastlands Primary School in Rugby has been hailed a success in making the local street safer for the school and… Continue reading Innovative School Streets pilot hailed a success at Eastlands Primary School in Rugby
Work begins on major safety upgrades on A439 Warwick Road in Stratford-upon-Avon Warwickshire County Council is pleased to announce the start of vital safety improvements on the A439 Warwick Road in Stratford-upon-Avon. This project aims to significantly reduce the number of collisions and create a safer, more accessible environment for all road users and… Continue reading Work begins on major safety upgrades on A439 Warwick Road in Stratford-upon-Avon
Efforts to reduce death and serious injury on the roads of Warwickshire have received another national accolade – the third in the last two months – at a special parliamentary reception in Westminster.
Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership is displaying a memorial tree at Shire Hall this festive season to remember the lives lost and injured on Warwickshire’s roads.
Officers detected a total of 107 offences during the latest Operation Tramline on the M40 and M42 in Warwickshire between 6 and 9 November 2023.
Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership (WRSP) has been awarded The British Horse Society (BHS) Tarquin Trophy for excellent service by an organisation or business in the cause of equestrian safety.
Walking can ruin a phone! A new pavement art campaign at selected Warwickshire Secondary Schools warns young people about the dangers of walking and texting. Walking can really ruin a phone is the important message of a new pavement art campaign from Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership. The new art installations organised by Warwickshire County… Continue reading Walking can really ruin a phone!
This is because it is currently illegal to ride a privately owned escooter in any public place in Warwickshire and there are serious implications for young people, who break the law by using one, as well as their parents.
Let’s talk about…Speed for Brake Road Safety Week 2023 Warwickshire County Council’s Road Safety Education Team is supporting Brake Road Safety Week which takes place between 19 and 25 November 2023. The theme of this year’s event is: Let’s talk about…Speed, with the goal of starting essential conversations about safe speeds on our roads.… Continue reading Let’s talk about…Speed for Brake Road Safety Week 2023
The service will take place at St Mary’s Church in Warwick at 3pm on Sunday 19 November – the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims #WDOR2023.