Know your limits!
Motorists who are captured by mobile or fixed safety cameras exceeding a 30mph speed limit often claim that there were no speed limit signs on the streetlights. Are there Streetlights? Then it's 30 unless otherwise stated. Visit www.streetlightsmean30.co.uk (new window)
The Road Safety Unit is committed to promoting safety for all road users through an ongoing programme of education, training and publicity. The Unit also co-ordinates and provides information, advice and resources. The Unit actively promotes training courses and workshops for both professionals and volunteers.
Please contact us if you require any further information. We are open during normal office hours, Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Road Safety Unit, County Hall, Mold, Flintshire CH7 6NF
Phone: 01352 704526 Fax: 01352 756444 or submit an enquiry (will open an e-form)
Promotion of safer, more environmentally sustainable and healthier ways of getting to and from school with particular emphasis on walking and cycling.
Did you know that on average 3,000 people are killed or seriously injured each year in drink drive related accidents? Even a small drink will make you a worse driver. You can't judge speed and distance so well.
You are four times more likely to have a crash whilst using a mobile phone.
Advice on motorcycle and scooter safety, training and advanced riding
Free driving assessment for drivers aged 60 and over
The initiative, since its implementation, has introduced physical measures such as new cycleways/footpaths, cycle stands and signal crossings at local schools as well as non-physical measures such as signing and road markings at school entrances.
Flintshire has over fifty approved schools crossing patrols sites, serving all members of the community wishing to cross roads at these locations.
A School Travel Plan (STP) is a document written and adopted by a school outlining the action it will take to encourage healthier, safer and sustainable travel to and from school.
Wearing a Seat Belt Saves Lives! For your own and others' safety, the law requires you to use a seat belt if one is fitted.