Tag Archives: Road Safety

Photo of Learn2Live team in Exeter

Learn2Live road safety partnership promotes #ProjectEDWARD

The Learn2Live road safety partnership has been in Exeter city centre promoting European Day Without A Road Death, #ProjectEDWARD

Posted on: 26 September 2019 | Posted in: Environment| No Comments
Yealmpton crossing - Fore Street

Community welcomes new zebra crossing

Devon County Council has worked closely with the local community in Yealmpton to install a new zebra crossing in Fore Street

Posted on: 23 September 2019 | Posted in: Community| No Comments
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Green light for A3121 safety improvements

Devon County Council has approved £1.9m worth of safety improvements for a key South Hams road.

Posted on: 16 September 2019 | Posted in: Environment| 3 Comments

No excuse for drink driving

Devon County Council, Devon and Cornwall Police, and Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service are reminding people of the dangers of drink driving

Posted on: 7 December 2018 | Posted in: Environment

Devon awarded £4 million of Safer Roads Funding

Devon County Council has welcomed £4 million of Department for Transport Safer Roads Funding for road safety improvements on the A3121 and A3123

Posted on: 15 June 2018 | Posted in: Environment

Dead, or dead slow?

The British Horse Society has released figures, as part of a new road safety campaign, which highlight a rise in incidents between horses and vehicles in Devon.

Posted on: 11 May 2018 | Posted in: Environment

Drivers asked to put their thumbs up and mobiles down in support of My Red Thumb Day

Motorists are being urged to show their support for the annual My Red Thumb Day campaign today (Thursday 10 May) and help save lives

Posted on: 10 May 2018 | Posted in: Environment

Dead? Or dead slow?

The British Horse Society has released figures highlighting a rise in incidents between horses and vehicles in Devon. Drivers are being urged to take these key messages on board to help limit such accidents.

Posted on: 9 April 2018 | Posted in: Environment

“Be Bright, Be Seen” as clocks go back

Road users reminded to “Be Bright, Be Seen” over the autumn and winter months

Posted on: 24 October 2017 | Posted in: Environment