Road users in Ireland are invited to have their say on road safety policy for the next ten years.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has launched a public consultation to inform the development of the fifth Government Road Safety Strategy which will run from 2021 to 2030.
The public consultation invites all road users, including drivers, cyclists, passengers and pedestrians, to share their ideas on what Ireland’s road safety priorities should be for the next ten years and how these should be addressed.
The RSA also wants to hear people’s views on how road safety policy and approaches in Ireland could learn from other countries and reflect what is happening elsewhere.
The public consultation will remain open until 18 November, and people are urged to complete the consultation questionnaire on the RSA’s website here.