South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership
Our partners

SYSRP's multi-agency approach allows us to cover the 'Three E's' of EducationEngineering and Enforcement.  The Partnership is made up of BarnsleyDoncasterRotherham and Sheffield Councils, Highways EnglandSouth Yorkshire PoliceSouth Yorkshire Fire and RescueSouth Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive, the University of Sheffield, Public Health bodies, South Yorkshire Safety Cameras and the Peak District National Park Authority. Our aim is to reduce casualties from road traffic collisions and improve safety on all roads in South Yorkshire. 

There is a Central Team of SYSRP staff who are funded directly by the partnership and available to supplement and add value to the work of the Local Authority Road Safety Teams in delivering countywide activity in line with data-led priorities.   


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 enquiries@sysrp.co.uk.

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


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Events
14 Mar 2022
Free motorcycle first aid training
Our FREE two-hour session is aimed at providing all motorbike and scooter riders who live or ride in the county with basic first-aid skills and awareness of road traffic collision management.
 
Free motorcycle first aid training
Our FREE two-hour session is aimed at providing all motorbike and scooter riders who live or ride in the county with basic first-aid skills and awareness of road traffic collision management.
 
Free motorcycle first aid training
Our FREE two-hour session is aimed at providing all motorbike and scooter riders who live or ride in the county with basic first-aid skills and awareness of road traffic collision management.