Road Safety Fund Information Event

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Longfield Training Centre

Longfield Hitchin Rd

Stevenage

SG1 4AE

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In 2016, Hertfordshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, David Lloyd, started the Road Safety Fund.

This grant is made up of cash seized from motorists who have committed driving offences and is put back into the community to fund new and innovative ways of improving road safety and changing road-users' behaviour.

To date there have been two successful rounds and 48 road safety initiatives have been supported by the PCC's grant; including; speed indication devices, signage, education schemes and support for road traffic collision victims.

The Commissioner has just announced the opening of the third round and is inviting members from the public and voluntary sector, community groups and businesses to apply to the grant, for funding to support proposed road safety schemes in their area.

This Road Safety Information Event has been organised by the Commissioner and the Hertfordshire Road Safety Partnership to help groups who want to apply for funding. It will share ideas on putting together innovative bids, that will help to address and solve local road safety problems in communities across Hertfordshire.

You will hear from a number of organisations, including: The Police and Crime Commissioner, Roads Victims Trust, Herts Fire and Rescue and Herts Highways.

If you want to find out more about submitting a bid on perhaps how to start a volunteer group, develop ways to stop antisocial driving or even trial something completely new as a pilot project - come along, share your ideas and find out how to apply!

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

More information is available on this website - www.hertscommissioner.org/road-safety-fund#


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Longfield Training Centre

Longfield Hitchin Rd

Stevenage

SG1 4AE

United Kingdom

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