Vision Zero is our ambition to have ZERO road deaths and serious injuries on roads in the Essex, Southend and Thurrock council areas by 2040.
Choices for Humanity
The #ChoicesForHumanity road safety campaign aims to encourage all road users to make better choices.
#StopScrollingStartLiving aims to highlight the dangers of being glued to a smart phone while walking.
Drug driving – is the high worth the low?
The Safer Essex Roads Partnership has teamed up with Essex Police to launch a new drug-drive campaign – warning offenders they are more likely to be caught than ever before.
My Small Change
The #mysmallchange campaign exists to help keep new drivers and their passengers safe, by encouraging them to make a small change pledge online.
Street Spirit – young riders campaign
The Street Spirit campaign calls on young riders to enhance their knowledge on safe riding by watching five short videos and completing a quiz.
Extra Eyes Campaign
The increasing availability of mass market ‘on the go’ cameras means more irresponsible, dangerous and illegal road behaviour is being recorded in video form than ever before. Through ‘Extra Eyes’, this footage can be sent to us for review by a roads policing investigator from Essex Police’s Casualty Reduction Section.
‘No excuse for poor driving’
The ‘no excuse for poor driving’ campaign is just part of a whole range of activities delivered by the SERP. Working hard to ensure Essex’s road users are as safe as possible, the team focuses on educating motorists and motorcyclists.
The ‘Essex Hugger’ campaign aims to increase motorcycle safety and ultimately reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries amongst motorcyclists.
Let’s Look Out for Each Other
The Let’s Look Out for Each Other campaign delivers information to drivers and cyclists, enabling them to share the road safely as sharing the road can sometimes lead to different road users getting frustrated.