Essex road users asked for views on road safety
A new survey has been launched asking road users in Essex what they think will improve road safety in the county.
The survey, which is being conducted on behalf of Highways England and the National Police Chiefs’ Council, is designed to help police and other authorities understand how to reduce the number of casualties on the county’s roads.
The survey seeks views on police priorities, general travel habits and those involved in road safety.
Other questions cover dangerous driving habits, reporting bad drivers and the measures that would be most effective to reduce the number of offences committed.
The survey is entirely voluntary and anonymous and will not collect any personal data.
Click here to participate in the survey.
19 June 2018