Last chance to have your say on plans to improve road safety in Leeds

It’s the last chance to have your say on plans to transform road safety in Leeds, as the public consultation ends on Sunday 24 April!

The draft Leeds Safer Roads Vision Zero 2040 strategy sets out an ambitious plan to stop people being killed and seriously injured on the roads in Leeds, focusing on protecting children and vulnerable people. Proposals include preventing dangerous driving, enforcing speed limits and designing safer roads.

To find out more and have your say, click here.

The public consultation has included an event at Kirkgate Market, an online webinar, community engagement, stakeholder meetings and a marketing campaign. Thank you to everybody who visited us at Kirkgate Market, joined our webinar or has shared your views online. The consultation so far has received 7,281 online visitors, 1139 contributions and 634 responses.

Here are some highlights from our Kirkgate Market event:

The online webinar featured a panel of road safety experts, including representatives from West Yorkshire Police, Leeds City Council and West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service. The panel was chaired by Councillor Helen Hayden and was an opportunity for people to ask questions and learn more. A recording of the webinar is available to watch here:

There’s now only one week left to share your views! To find out more and have your say, visit leedssaferroadsvisionzero.commonplace.is/.

If you need the survey in a different format or language, please email visionzero@leeds.gov.uk.

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