Sussex Police and Sussex Safer Roads Partnership (SSRP) are encouraging road users to share the roads responsibly in the latest campaign to reduce death and injury on roads across the county.
Operation VRU (Vulnerable Road Users) is taking place throughout November with a view to educate and advise on road safety behaviours that can improve the safety and enjoyment of all journeys taking place across the county.
With a particular focus on Cyclists, Bikers and Pedestrians, information will be shared across social media on how to keep ourselves and others safe this winter.
From Monday this week the roads policing officers are providing high-visibility patrols across the county. Across the week, there will be road safety educational messaging being delivered, with engagement and enforcement carried out by dedicated patrols throughout the road networks of Sussex. Sussex Police will also be supporting Brake’s ‘Road Safety Week’ – taking part in dedicated patrols to combat speeding in communities.
To keep up to date with road safety information and advice, members of the public can visit www.sussexsaferroads.gov.uk and follow @SussexSRP on Twitter