Have your say on new proposals to reduce road deaths and injuries

Share your views by 24 March 2024

Surrey County Council, Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, National Highways, Surrey Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner, have set out plans to eliminate road collisions resulting in death or serious injury by 2050 and want to know what you think.

A new, draft 'Surrey RoadSafe Vision Zero' strategy has been developed by the partners, which focuses on five areas to help minimise the risk on Surrey's roads. These are:

  • Safe speedsSafe speeds – ensuring our roads have appropriate speed limits. This includes a more flexible approach to 20 mph schemes. This will not be a blanket approach and instead focuses on schools, residential areas and town centres, and will take into account the views of local people
  • Safe road users – encouraging competent, safe and respectful road users
  • Safe roads and streets – streets that are well-designed, well-maintained and support active travel
  • Safe vehicles – well-maintained and designed vehicles
  • Post Collision Response – a fast and effective multi-agency response to collisions.

Who can take part?

We want to hear from as many people as possible.

How can I take part?

You can find out more and share your views on our dedicated survey page. You have until 24 March 2024 to tell us what you think.

Paper copies are also available at Surrey Libraries, at Surrey County Council offices in Reigate, Leatherhead and Woking and on request by calling Surrey County Council on 03456 009 009.

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