Royal awards for road safety projects


Colleagues from across the UK are celebrating after receiving prestigious awards for their achievements in road safety.
A number of casualty reduction projects were recognised in the Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards in London on December 8, 2015.
The Awards, which have been held annually since 1987, recognise achievements and innovations which will improve road safety. Each year the most outstanding examples of international road safety initiatives are given public recognition through the scheme.
This year's award winners included:

Hampshire Constabulary - Older Drivers' Forum (Sgt Rob Heard (centre) and Simon Gomer (right) from the force are pictured above with the Prince)
North Yorkshire Police Traffic Bureau - Back Office System
Highways England - Dynamic Hard Shoulder Compliance Campaign
Transport for London - CLOCS programme
Transport for London - Work Related Road Risk Programme
Department for Transport THINK! Drink Drive Campaign Team – Use of social media
South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership – Educational Programmes

For more information about the awards and to see the full gallery of official photographs click here.

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