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Road safety

With a record number of cars on the roads, safety is a contentious issue for our county. Lincolnshire County Council believes that this is a very serious issue and one that is very important to the people of Lincolnshire. As a result LCC takes part in a number of initiatives to promote road safety in our region.

This section gives you information on all the vital initiatives that are in place to improve road safety, including information on speed limits, traffic schemes and driver training as well as much more.

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    Max Respect

    The Max Respect initiative was introduced in 2002 to promote, encourage and reward safe travel on home to school transport and to proactively address reported incidents of poor behaviour.

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    Local Safety Engineering Schemes

    A commitment to achieving the Governments road safety casualty reduction targets.

  • Image of It's 30 for a Reason Road Safety Campaign

    Speed Limits

    Speed limits are introduced by the Highway Authority to ensure better road safety.

  • Provide secure cycling lock-ups - Witham St. Hughes Primary School

    School Travel Plans and Resources

    Tackling congestion on the school run is done through School Travel Plans.

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    School Crossing Patrols

    The Lincolnshire School Crossing Patrol Service is managed by the Principal Road Safety Coordinator.

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    Traffic Schemes

    The Council carries out a wide range of traffic schemes in support of our Local Transport Plan Objectives

  • Photo of 30mph speed limit parish sign

    Speed Checks

    The Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership (LRSP) runs all speed cameras in the County.

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Last updated: 18 December 2014

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