The Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership (LRSP) was formed in 2000 to reduce the number of people killed and injured on Lincolnshire’s roads.
The partnership was the first of its kind in the country and brings together road safety professionals from a range of organisations including:
- Lincolnshire County Council
- Lincolnshire Police
- The Highways Agency
- Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue
- East Midlands Ambulance Service
The aim of the partnership is to make the roads of Lincolnshire safer for all by reducing ill health, disability and death caused by road collisions.
Since its formation, great progress has been made in reducing casualties resulting from road traffic collisions. The average number of people killed or seriously injured each year in the decade before the formation of the LRSP was 793; in 2014 it was 415. The number of fatal road casualties has also reduced significantly over that period.
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Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership
20 Jan 21 12:16 PM