Dumfries and Galloway Road Safety Partnership
Dumfries and Galloway Road Safety Partnership brings together partner organisations from across the region with one aim: to reduce the number of people who are killed or injured on the roads in Dumfries and Galloway.
- Police Scotland
- West Safety Camera Unit
- Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
- Dumfries and Galloway Council
- Transport Scotland
- Dumfries and Galloway Institute of Advanced Motorists & Motorcyclists
- Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
- Scottish Ambulance Service
- NHS Dumfries and Galloway
Motorcyclists Safety event: Saturday 1 April 2017
This event is aimed at Motorcyclists preparing for the 2017 biking season. Safety Information will be available at the event on April 1 2017: 10.30am to 15.30pm at Dumfries & Galloway College.
New Road Safety Plan (2017 - 2020) Launched
The Road Safety Partnership is pleased to launch its new Strategic Road Safety Plan for 2017 - 2020 today 14 December 2016.
Accompanying the new Plan is an Operational Plan for 2017.
Launching the new Plan the chair of the Partnership, Hamish McGhie, said:
"On behalf of the Dumfries and Galloway Road Safety Partnership I introduce the Strategic Road Safety Plan 2017 - 2020 which provides a comprehensive and sustainable foundation for dealing with the many challenges we face on our regions road.
This plan recognises the many varied measures that have been implemented through the previous Road Safety Plan and seeks to enhance those existing measures through an effective and cohesive working partnership of all key road safety stakeholders.
As chair of the Partnership, I am encouraged to report that we have made great progress towards meeting the 2020 road safety targets as set by the Scottish Government, but we must continue to strive and where possible surpass the expectations set. Every death and every serious injury is one too many. We need to maintain the huge effort made by all partners.
It is the responsibility of every single road user in Scotland to make our roads safer and this is only achievable through the continued hard work of this Partnership in its commitment to and promotion of the 5 Es - Education, Engineering, Enforcement, Encouragement and Evaluation.
I believe that this Strategic Road Safety Plan will further improve the joint approach between our partner agencies and communities and we will continue to see good progress being made on the reduction of those killed or seriously injured in the years to come"
December 2016 - New Road Safety Plan 2017 - 2020 added. Road Safety plan 2011 - 14 archived.
October 2016 - "Casualty data" and "Targets" web pages have been updated to reflect actual 2015 data. "Targets" page also updated to include reference to the "Road Safety Framework Mid-term Review". "Links" page updated to include latest version of "Reported Road Casualties Scotland".
August 2016 - Safety camera partner details updated.
July 2016 - Targets and Casualty data pages updated.
October 2015 - Casualty data and 2020 targets web pages have been updated to reflect actual 2014 data.
September 2015 - Short video about surface dressing and associated road safety aspects, particularly for motor cyclists, added to "Links" page.
June 2015 - Casualty data page further updated to reflect corrections to provisional fatal casualty data for 2014.
May 2015 - Targets and casualty data pages updated to reflect provisional casualty data for 2014.
January 2015 - A link to advice on driving in bad weather added to Current Campaigns page.
November 2014 - Casualty data and 2020 targets web pages have been updated to reflect actual 2013 data.
June 2014 - National progress against targets added to target page.
April 2014 - Targets and casualty data pages updated to reflect provisional casualty data for 2013.
October 2013 - Casualty data and 2020 targets web pages have been updated to reflect actual 2012 data.
October 2013 - Links web page has been updated.
July 2013 - Casualty data and links web page have been updated.
April 2013 - Target updates for 2012.