Students across the county were shocked to learn their ideas for sobering up – including sucking on an ice cube and eating a hot cross bun – were all myths.
(15 December 2022)
The Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP) is encouraging people to plan their journeys home before having a drink over the festive period.
(13 December 2022)
Tuesday the 22nd of November was a Vision Zero day for the Safer Essex Partnership with our efforts focused on the roads through Epping Forest district, an area that had 114 people recorded killed or seriously injured in 2021.
(24 November 2022)
October 27th saw the Safer Essex Roads Partnership promoting Vision ZERO in the Chelmsford area.
(31 October 2022)
The SERP have launched a Road User Attitudes project in collaboration with Anglia Ruskin University.
(27 October 2022)
From public engagement days to School Speed Watch events, the Safer Essex Roads Partnership spent last week engaging with more than 1,400 road users of all ages in support of Project EDWARD.
(26 October 2022)
Colleagues from Essex County Council and Road Safety GB are paying tribute to Katie Brimley, who is retiring this week after nearly four decades of road safety service.
(5 September 2022)
With one in five vehicles now fitted with a dash cam, motorists are being warned to ‘drive like they’re being filmed’ every time they get behind the wheel.
(5 August 2022)
27 July 2022 was the Safer Essex Roads Partnership’s ‘Vision Zero day’ for Southend-On-Sea.
(1 August 2022)
The Safer Essex Roads Partnership has been working with the National Citizen Service (NCS) this summer to engage with teenagers from across the county.
(26 July 2022)
Drivers who kill could face life sentences under new legislation coming into effect on Tuesday (28 June).
(27 June 2022)
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The most recent multi-agency day, ran by the Safer Essex Partnership (SERP) took place on 21 June and as always, involved both enforcement and education to spread Vision Zero messages.
(27 June 2022)
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The Ambassadors scheme was relaunched in February this year and currently has 334 students in active road safety Ambassador roles across the county.
(16 June 2022)
Twenty-one speeding drivers were asked this question by school children as part of the most recent Vision Zero Day in Buckhurst Hill.
(13 June 2022)
In recent times, we’ve changed how we shop – there are more home deliveries, and more drivers on the roads providing that service.
(8 June 2022)
Steve, a retired recruitment consultant from Dedham, reflects on Volunteers Week about why he chose to volunteer with Community Speed Watch (CSW) over two years ago.
(6 June 2022)
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The Safer Essex Roads Partnership releases Vision Zero strategy at the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex Annual Conference.
(24 May 2022)
This was a reason given by one of the 54 people stopped for not wearing his seatbelt at the most recent Vision Zero Day.
(20 May 2022)
Two of the county’s Community Speed Watch volunteers are urging more people to get involved in reducing traffic speeds in their area.
(16 May 2022)
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A witness captured the Audi driver on film in Radwinter Avenue in Wickford in July 2021 and submitted the footage to the Partnership’s Extra Eyes team.
(6 May 2022)
Safer Essex Roads Partnership has deployed a ‘supercab’ to identify unsafe and distracting driver behaviour on major routes across the county.
(5 May 2022)
The event was held at Hylands House in Chelmsford on April 27 and was attended by local businesses from 10am to 3pm.
(29 April 2022)
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The latest day of action in support of Vision Zero, formally known as a Surround-A-Town day, took place on Tuesday, April 19.
(22 April 2022)
Over 1,000 Essex students have made a road safety promise as part of My Small Change campaign tour.
(1 April 2022)
On 25 March 2022, the law on people using their mobile phones while driving in Great Britain has become tougher to keep up with technology.
(25 March 2022)
In a significant change to The Highway Code, there is now updated guidance on safe passing distances – along with the addition of the speeds for people driving or riding a motorcycle when overtaking vulnerable road users.
(7 February 2022)
Rules for all types of road users will be updated in The Highway Code from tomorrow (29 Jan), to improve the safety of people walking, cycling and riding horses.
(28 January 2022)
The first two Surround a Town events of the year have seen the Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP) deliver important road safety messages to nearly 1,000 members of the public.
(24 January 2022)