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South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership
Welcome to our website

Tragically, 35 people lost their lives as the result of a collision on South Yorkshire roads in 2022.

A further 786 people suffered serious or life-changing injuries.

This is simply not acceptable.

The South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership is a group of local authorities, emergency services and public sector organisations working together to prevent people being killed or seriously injured in collisions on local roads.

We have adopted the Safe System approach to casualty reduction which places shared responsibility for road safety at the heart of saving lives.

Working with the public, each of the partners has a role to play in the Safe System through road safety education, enforcing road traffic laws and installing, and maintaining, safer roads infrastructure.

Our hope is that by encouraging good behaviours and positive attitudes we can all make a difference and prevent the pain, grief and suffering associated with each and every road traffic collision.

To contact your local authority road safety team please email:

We hope that you find this website to be a useful resource for road safety information and advice, as well as a place where you can share your opinions and concerns with us. You can contact us directly here, or follow us on social media @SYSaferRoads. Either way, we'd be happy to hear from you.

Stay up to date

For further information about SYSRP and our campaigns and initiatives, or if you have any queries, then contact us using this form or drop an email to

To keep up-to-date with our many events and initiatives around South Yorkshire then follow us @SYSaferRoads.

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