The Suffolk RoadSafe partnership is using Road Safety Week to challenge road users to make the county’s roads safer.
The partnership says that on average every day someone is killed or seriously injured on Suffolk’s roads. During Road Safety Week the county’s road users are being asked to pay special attention to safety by slowing down, belting up, switching off mobiles and not drinking and driving.
The campaign comprises leaflets and posters and the message is: ‘Making Suffolk’s roads safer is in your hands – YOU can make the difference’.
Suffolk RoadSafe is a partnership between the county council, police, fire & rescue, ambulance, Safecam and the HA.