Charities, local authorities, and community groups across the UK are invited to apply for a share of a £120k funding pot for road safety projects.

The Road Safety Trust, dedicated to achieving zero deaths and serious injuries on UK roads, will open its Small Grants Programme for applications on 9 September 2021 for five weeks.

The Small Grants Programme provides funding for pilots or trials, expansions of successful trials across a new area, and/or the evaluation of road safety interventions. Each project is awarded between £10k and £30k.

“The Small Grants Programme is a real opportunity for local authorities, charities and community groups to make a tangible impact on local road safety,” said Sally Lines, Chief Executive of The Road Safety Trust.

“Projects should have the potential for being brought to scale, with the goal of reducing deaths and injuries both locally, and across the UK.”

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