Safer Roads Humber

Safer Roads Humber aim for all road users to be safe on the region’s roads. They provide courses on driver safety and publish information on their engagement activities and daily enforcement schedule, road casualty data and general advice for road users.

Safer Roads Humber is a non-statutory group of agencies involved in road safety, combining expertise from different organisations to reduce road casualties in the Humber area. The partnership comprises of Humberside Police, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Hull City Council, North East Lincolnshire Council, North Lincolnshire Council, National Highways and Humberside Fire & Rescue Service.

You can read more about Safer Roads Humber here.

Road Safety GB

Road Safety GB is a national road safety organisation made up of representatives from groups across the UK, including local government road safety teams. Their aim is to reduce the number and severity of road collisions by raising awareness of road safety and safer road user behaviour.

You can read more about Road Safety GB here.

Road Safety GB also publish the national road safety newsfeed on their website – read more here.


THINK! is recognised for its ground-breaking campaigns that have challenged dangerous behaviours on Britain’s roads. Their campaigns have evolved from encouraging the use of seat belts to tackling excessive speed, drink and drugs, and the use of mobiles at the wheel. In the decade that followed the conception of THINK!, road deaths in the UK reduced by 46%.
You can read more about THINK! here.


Brake is a road safety charity working with communities and organisations across the UK to stop the tragedy of road deaths and injuries, make streets and communities safer for everyone, and support people bereaved and seriously injured on roads.

You can read more about Brake here.


Department for Transport (DfT) work with agencies and partners to support the transport network that helps the UK’s businesses and gets people and goods travelling around the country. They plan and invest in transport infrastructure to keep the UK on the move.

You can read more about DfT here.