Advice for pedestrians including specific advice for children.
Education and training information for drivers.
Advice for cyclists on staying safe on the areas roads.
Education and training information for motorcyclists.
Road safety advice for passengers.
Go Active aims to increase the number of pupils and staff in South Ayrshire who walk or cycle to school regularly.
South Ayrshire Council has a statutory duty in relation to road safety and fully supports the
vision of the Scottish Government’s “Road Safety Framework to 2020” of...
"A steady reduction in the numbers of those killed and those seriously injured, with the ultimate
vision of a future where no-one is killed on Scotland’s roads, and the injury rate is much
reduced." Scotland's Road Safety Framework to 2020
Having succeeded in reducing casualties resulting from road collisions beyond the 2010 casualty reduction
target as set by the UK government, South Ayrshire has adopted the latest Scottish road safety targets to
2020 as set by the Scottish Government.
In addition the previous 10% reduction target in the slight casualty rate will continue to 2020.
In September 2013, South Ayrshire Council’s made a further commitment to Road Safety, when the
Leadership Panel approved the South Ayrshire Road Safety Plan up to 2020.
The plan provides the road map for further reductions in injuries resulting from collisions on the road.
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