Road Safety Wales has been established to create 'unity from diversity' by developing and substaining co-operation and interaction between all key partners across Wales and/or agencies with the responsibility for road safety promotion.
To further casualty reduction through collaborative working.
UK drivers are being urged to test their eyesight after a DVLA survey suggested 50% of motorists were not aware of the minimum standards needed for a licence.
Drivers must be able to read a number plate from 20m (65ft) away.
But the agency's survey found only half of drivers knew about the eye test and used it to regularly self-check, as they are legally required to do. Those who do not pass the test should visit an optician, a DVLA doctor said.
Learner drivers must pass the eye test as part of their practical exam - and are then legally obliged to ensure their sight remains good enough to drive thereafter.
The DVLA's Wyn Parry warned vision can "natura...
Officers from Gwent Police have spent one month targeting drivers who risk their lives and the lives of others by driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
In a joint effort wit...
Students from Pembrokeshire College's Creative Media Course have once again been commended by the road safety team at Pembrokeshire County Council for their outstanding animations highl...
South Wales Police, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service and GoSafe launched Operation Close Pass at the 2018 Velothon Wales event. The Close Pass initiative aims to improve the safety of cyclist...