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Road Safety Partnership

The Merseyside Road Safety Partnership consists of members from all Merseyside District Councils, Merseyside Police, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service, North West Ambulance Service, Highways England, and the health sector. While Halton Borough Council is currently aligned with the Cheshire Road Safety Partnership, the Liverpool City Region Road Safety Strategy has relevance to Halton given that capital road safety engineering measures are currently funded across the whole Liverpool City Region through the Integrated Transport Block.


Liverpool City Region Road Safety Strategy

The Merseyside Road Safety Partnership is committed to improving road safety across the Liverpool City Region for everyone and to achieve the vision a fresh ‘evidence-led’ partnership approach is required.  The Liverpool City Region Road Safety Strategy provides the detail of how this is going to be achieved using various methods and measures which reduce the risk to persons using the road network. 

The Strategy focuses upon the use of evidence for the prevention of serious injury and death at point of conflict.  To meet the statutory road safety requirements, and to deliver the Strategy vision, the Liverpool City Region's policies must work as a cohesive whole.  Partnership working and collaboration are, therefore, central to this strategy.  The activities of the Partnership, which are grouped under the traditional road safety 3 ‘E’s of Education-Enforcement-Engineering but supplemented by continuous Monitoring and Evaluation, are brought together to deliver the vision and strategic objectives.

Click here to view the full copy of the Liverpool City Region Road Safety Strategy.