Road Safety

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Almost 10,000 people have been killed or suffered life changing injuries on Greater Manchester's roads in the last 10 years. Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) has now endorsed a draft Vision Zero Strategy for the city region. It aims to eliminate road death and life changing injuries by 2040, with a target to achieve a 50 per cent reduction by 2030. The intention is to increase safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all.

For further information on Vision Zero and how to take part in an online survey visit the GMCA website (external link).

On this page we have provided you with information and advice about keeping safe on our roads.

Keeping your Children Safe

Learn about Child Seats & keeping your children safe on the roads

Young Drivers

Find out more about the partner initiatives we run to help younger drivers

Older Drivers

Find out about 'Safer Driving for Longer' which helps experienced older drivers

Sharing the Road

We need to share the road with each other safely, and this section looks at some of the issues for different road user groups.

Staying Safe on Motorways

Learn about keeping safe and what the Red X means on our motorways

Motorcyclists

Find out more about keeping safe as a motorcyclist

Safe Drive Stay Alive

Find out more about Safe Drive Stay Alive

Fatal 4

Find out more about 'The Fatal 4' along with lots of helpful advice for different road users.

Winter Road Safety

Find out more about winter driving checks, before you travel