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.
A Welsh Government review of learner transport has been extended to consider the distances when children aged 4-16 become eligible to receive free travel to school.
The review initially focused on Post 16 Learner Travel, but its scope has now been extended in light of the issues raised over past months.
As well as the 4-16 year old age group being included in the review, it will also consider the current mileage threshold.
Currently, primary school pupils are entitled to free transport if they live outside two miles of their school, and secondary school pupils can get free transport if they live outside three miles of their school.
Lee Waters, Deputy Trans...
Cardiff, recently voted the UK's best cycling city, is installing new pop-up cycleways.
Installation is planned by the autumn to provide safer, mostly segregated routes to enable people to tra...
We are delighted to announced the winners of the recent Road Safety Wales Poster Competition! Young people aged up to 18 were i...
A disqualified driver who tested positive for drugs and who was also wanted, was one of the many arrests made by the North Wales Roads Policing Unit recently.
Inspector Nicky Collins of the ...