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Safer motorcycling

Staffordshire Safer Roads PartnershipEvery year thousands of people are killed or seriously injured on our roads. Motor cyclists suffer disproportionately. They represent less than 1% of road traffic, but account for around 22% of deaths and serious injuries on Staffordshire's roads; they are 45 times more likely to be killed than a car driver.

The Road Safety Unit manages a comprehensive programme of initiatives to reduce motorcycle road casualties including training schemes, events, diesel spillage campaigns and the very successful 'Ride it Right' campaign.

For full details on the complete programme and more information please visit the Staffs Biker website.

Young riders are particularly vulnerable and so we have specific events and initiatives emgaging young bikers. Information for young riders and their parents can be found on our Young Rider website.

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Latest transport news
Work to create homes access and new crossing begins

Work to create homes access and new crossing begins

Work to create access to a housing development site and install a new pedestrian crossing in Stafford begins on Monday November 25.
Date:
22 November 2019
Major road scheme moves to next phase

Major road scheme moves to next phase

A major road project which will ease congestion in Stafford and help to deliver the construction of new homes has moved to its next phase.
Date:
22 November 2019
Pupils tell drivers to switch off their engines

Pupils tell drivers to switch off their engines

Pupils from St Margaret's Junior School in Newcastle are urging drivers to switch off their engines outside school as part of a new campaign to reduce air pollution.
Date:
14 November 2019
Junction and safety improvement work set to begin in Penkridge

Junction and safety improvement work set to begin in Penkridge

A new pedestrian crossing will be installed in Penkridge next week with junction improvement works set to follow. The traffic light-controlled puffin crossing will be installed on Boscomoor Lane between the A449 Wolverhampton Road roundabout and the junction with Vale Gardens.
Date:
12 November 2019

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