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.
Policing’s national operation to tackle drink and drug driving has seen consistently high results for the second year running, with more than 6,600 motorists arrested for offences.
Many police forces undertake a proactive operation around Christmas each year to increase breath testing and targeted vehicle stops for drivers suspected of being under the influence. Christmas 2022 saw the first national operation, called Op Limit, to coordinate this activity across the country – bringing together all police forces in a concerted effort to remove drink and drug drivers from our roads.
2023 saw all police forces take part in the operation, engaging in education and awareness...
Lee Waters MS, Deputy Minister for Climate Change
In September 2023, we introduced a 20mph default speed limit in built-up areas of Wales.
The aim was clear: reduce the speed of...
Denbighshire County Council has started works to introduce a series of active travel enhancements in Lower Denbigh.
The works, which are grant...
Flintshire County Council’s Streetscene and Transportation team is pleased to confirm that £487k funding has been secured to carry out a new safer route ...