Road safety partners unite to reduce road collisions in Surrey

Road safety partners unite to reduce road collisions in Surrey

Surrey County Council, Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, National Highways, Surrey Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner, have set out their plans to eliminate road collisions resulting in death or serious injury by 2050 and want to know what you think.

A new, draft ‘Surrey RoadSafe Vision Zero’ strategy has been developed by the partners, which focusses on five areas to help minimise the risk on Surrey’s roads. These are:


  • Safe speeds – ensuring our roads have appropriate speed limits, people comply with speed limits, and they are safe for walkers and cyclists
  • Safe road users – encouraging competent, safe and respectful road users 
  • Safe roads and streets – streets that are well-designed, well-maintained and support active travel
  • Safe vehicles – vehicles are well-maintained and designed
  • Post Collision Response – a fast and effective multi-agency response to collisions.

The strategy proposes a 50% reduction of fatal and serious injuries by 2035 and a target of zero by 2050.


Please have your say on Surrey County Council’s public consultation by completing the online questionnaire here by 24 March 2024.

Hard copies of the strategy and questionnaire are also available in all Surrey Libraries and at Surrey County Council offices. 

A public consultation on the strategy runs until 24 March 2024. Residents are encouraged to complete the online questionnaire to have their say.

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