The South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership produce a year round series of ongoing campaigns and initiatives to improve the safety of the counties roads, these range from targetting specific groups and road users, such as young drivers, cyclists, to more general car related safety advice.
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Latest Press Releases
Easter Weekend P2W Riders - Free magazine for riders this Easter at Matlock
Valentines Weekend - Advice for young drivers on keeping themselves and passengers safe
TWANG - New initiative for 49cc-125cc scooter and motorbike riders - February 2015
Winter Driving Safety Tips - January 2015
Be Bright Be Seen - Advice for pedestrians and cyclists - January 2015
Active Travel 10 Day Challenge 2015 - Free campaign to promote active ways for children to travel to their School for 10 consecutive days from 8th-19th June 2015.
December 2014 - Be Bright, Be Seen Press Release - Local paperboys and girls receive free bike lights.
December 2014 - Winter Driving Advice Press Release
November 2014 - Christmas Anti-Drink Drive Press Release
Commuter Driving Campaign
South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership & Institute of Advanced Motorists
Press Release 2014 - Skill for Life discount scheme with Sheffield Advanced Motorcyclists and Rotherham Advanced Motorcyclists
Valentines Day - Young Driver Campaign
Special Valentines campaign by South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership, urging young male drivers to think about their female passengers and kill their speed, not their girlfriends.
Press Release 2014 - Kill Your Speed
Be Bright, Be Seen - October & November
Campaign to promote all road users to the benefits of wearing bright and/or reflective clothing at night or in poor visibility. Free distribution of Hi-Viz vests to cyclists and Motorbike/Scooter riders, reflective bag straps to children, promoting the benefits to pedestrians.
Advice for Parents with children:- Be Bright, Be Seen
Someones Son - Autumn/Winter
Someones Son campaign involves road safety teams in Yorkshire and Humber regions encouraging road users to look out for two wheeled vehicles and reduce the number of rider casualties on the regions roads.