The road safety team is here to educate, train and promote safety for everyone who lives or works in Slough. Education is one of the key factors in reducing road casualties in Slough. All of us as road users have a duty to ensure we share the roads safely, however we use the roads:
  • pedestrians
  • drivers
  • powered two-wheeled riders
  • cyclists
A wide programme of events, training and publicity is available across the borough. Some of the ways we do this include:
  • displays
  • presentations
  • running campaigns and competition
Everyone can play a part in reducing casualties. Together we can make the roads of Slough safer for everyone. You can visit the Slough Borough Council road safety page here.

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