Latest Partnership News
Campaign encourages drivers to carry out pre-journey checks
21 March 2018
The Safer Essex Road Partnership (SERP) is supporting Highways England’s ‘vehicle checks’ campaign in the run up to the Easter holiday period.
Active travel roadshows arrive in south Essex
14 March 2018
Residents across south Essex are being encouraged to head to their local town centre for the chance to win prizes – and compete against family and friends in a static bike race.
SERP pays tribute to gritter crews
5 March 2018
The Safer Essex Roads Partnership has praised the Essex Highways’ gritter drivers who helped to keep the county’s main roads safe during last week’s wintery conditions.
Mobile phone offences down across Essex
1 March 2018
The number of people caught using a mobile phone while driving has seen an almost 50% reduction in Essex since the legislation changed a year ago today.
New ‘FireCar’ helps SERP partner engage with young drivers
27 February 2018
Essex Fire & Rescue Service will continue to benefit from an eye-catching and stylish resource to help engage with young drivers, thanks to the ongoing generosity of a regional car dealership.
SERP partners prepared for cold spell
26 February 2018
With yellow weather warnings for snow across the county for much of this week, the Safer Essex Roads Partnership is encouraging drivers to be ‘informed, careful, vigilant and prepared’ before setting out on the roads.
Extra Eyes – how you can help
11 December 2017
You can help us reduce collisions and casualties – and make roads across Essex roads even safer – by reporting instances of poor and dangerous driving.
Adult pedestrian campaign
31 October 2017
This campaign aims to increase the awareness of both pedestrians and drivers of the increased risk of adult pedestrian casualties when they are in a hurry, in the dark or impaired by alcohol.
Live incidents, roadworks, congestion and reporting a problem (potholes, street lights etc)
Driver & rider retraining (NDORS), young drivers, cyclists (adult & children) and motorcyclists