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Road accident information

Safer roads website

Please visit the safer roads website for accident data

Requesting accident data

More detailed information can be requested by emailing your request to traffic.accidents@staffordshire.gov.uk

The fee for an individual accident search is currently £131 + VAT. However, depending on the size of the search area requested, it may be necessary to charge an additional amount due to the time involved to complete the task. A quote will be supplied, and agreement secured before any accident searches are carried out.    

Safer Roads Partnership

The Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership was setup with the aim of reducing road casualties in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent. The partnership consists of Staffordshire County Council and the following organisations: 

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Latest transport news

Widening works on busy Stafford road set to begin next week

The first phase of works to widen a busy road in Stafford will begin on Monday, July 6.
Date:
02 July 2020

New road safety measures introduced in Staffordshire village

Road safety measures will be introduced in a village near Rugeley from next week.
Date:
16 June 2020

Work in place to boost town centre recovery

Councils are working together to help High Streets bounce back when businesses begin reopening from Monday.
Date:
12 June 2020

Major projects and highways schemes continue to keep county moving

From carrying out minor road repairs to major infrastructure projects, Staffordshire County Council's highways teams have continued to work hard through the lockdown period to ensure the road network is maintained and foundations are laid for future growth.
Date:
09 June 2020

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