Our Work

Since the Go Safe Road Safety Partnership was formed in 2009 we have delivered a number road user education projects alongside publicity and enforcement campaigns. The campaign material developed by Go Safe Glasgow is detailed below and will be available to download soon.

The morning after the night before

Drink driving campaigns tend to become high profile during the early summer and festive periods, however drinking and driving is a year-round problem. It accounts for 5% of all road casualties and in 2011, killed or injured nearly 10,000 people in the UK as a result of someone driving whilst over the legal limit.

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Glasgow Launches Its Latest 'Go Safe' Cycling Campaign

Commuters in Glasgow are being asked to help reduce the number of cycling accidents by showing respect and courtesy to road users as the city highlights its new ‘Go Safe’ campaign.

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See Our Seniors

A 'See Our Seniors' campaign was launched on the streets of Glasgow due to ongoing concern over the road safety wellbeing of the elderly population.

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Stars Come Out For Glasgow Schools

The Go Safe Glasgow Partnership and 120 pupils from Our Lady of Annunciation Primary School, launched the Go Safe Glasgow Partnership's new School Travel and Road Safety (STARS) resource on the 23rd September.

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Cabbies Pick Up Festive Road Safety Campaign

An army of taxi drivers is set to join the campaign to make Glasgow’s roads safer by reporting suspected drunk drivers over the festive season.

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Glasgow 'Goes Safe' With New Campaign

The partnership’s first campaign looked at the issue of speeding. In 2007/8 a community survey highlighted road safety and in particular speeding as a high priority concern within our communities. Research has shown that the vast majority of drivers adhere to the speed limit and that some may exceed the limit occasionally.

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Publications

The Go Safe Glasgow Partnership publish material relevant to our work, the documents listed here are in pdf format and are free to download.

To download previous year's road casualty statistics leaflets click on the relevant pdf.

Our Partners

Our Partners