Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership
Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership (LRSP) was formed in June 2000 in order to reduce the number of people killed and injured on Lincolnshire’s roads.
In March 2006 Lincolnshire was one of only six authorities in the Country to be selected as a Beacon Council for its excellent work in promoting road safety and reducing the number of collisions on the County’s roads
LRSP is a unique multi-agency Partnership which brings together, under one roof, road safety professionals from its partner organisations:
- Lincolnshire County Council
- Lincolnshire Police
- Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue
- NHS Partnership
- Highways Agency
- Probation Service
Downloadable PDF of LRSP news items and background information on schemes and initiatives carried out by the Partnership is available via the Downloads tab.
We aim to enhance the quality of life of the road users of Lincolnshire by reducing ill health, disability and death caused by road collisions.
Local communications underpin the drive to reduce casualties and demostrate the role all road safety measures play.
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