My Community, My Roads
Interested in seeing how the roads in your community are performing? Thanks to CrashMap we have put together a map which shows all of the reported injury collisions on the roads in Berkshire.
The map also includes all of the speed camera sites across Berkshire for fixed and mobile cameras operated by Thames Valley Police.
Delivering Road Safety
We are committed to safe roads and communities across Berkshire and beyond. Safer Roads is a partnership between the local authorities in Berkshire (Bracknell Forest, Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead, West Berkshire and Wokingham) working progressively to reduce road casualties in the area. United through a common identity, Safer Roads delivers high quality, award winning road safety initiatives while maintaining the benefits and efficiency of working together.
We are committed to a programme of reducing road casualties through a combination of education, engineering and enforcement. We actively promotes training programmes, events and courses, to encourage safer road use for both children and adults.
We work to promote more active forms of travel such as cycling and walking as well as the use of the public transport network
There are countless benefits to using more active modes of travel, such as improvements to general health and well-being, improving air quality and the environment, and reducing congestion and travel times.
Range of Education
|Bikes and Big Trucks||Cycling||KS2|
|Road Rangers||Pedestrian||Early Years|
|Booster Boy||Car Seats||KS2|
List of campaigns available in Safer Roads Berkshire. Not all campaigns are delivered in all of the participating local authorities.
Information on what to do if you have been issued with a ticket for an offence.
Tickets are issued and controlled by Thames Valley Police. If you have an enquiry relating to a specific ticket then you can contact them here.
If you would like to talk to someone about an issue in Berkshire then you can use this contact form to get in touch with us.
Questions relating to a specific local authority within Berkshire will be passed to the relevant officer.