Welcome to Merseyside Road Safety Partnership (MRSP)
MRSP exists to improve road safety and reduce the number of those Killed and Seriously Injured on our roads.
Merseyside Road Safety Partnership is a collaboration of Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service, Halton Council, Knowsley Council, Liverpool City Council, Sefton Council, St Helens Council, Wirra Council, Merseyside Police, and the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority. The partnership is also supported by National Highways, North West Ambulance Service, and the Police and Crime Commissioner’s office.
Working together we aim to make our roads a safer environment for everyone.
Improving Road Safety
We’re doing lots to keep you safe and improve road safety, on this website you can find the latest updates, road safety campaigns, news articles and initiatives across Merseyside.
However you use the roads, this site provides guidance and practical safety advice, as well as the latest news about how we help keep Merseyside safer.
We’ve aligned our working practices with the rest of the country and adopted a Safe Systems approach.
We’re currently reflecting of our first year since the launch of the LCR Road Safety Strategy and the implementation of Safe Systems. Our partners have committed to some fantastic work over the past 12 months and their initiatives are having a positive impact however we recognise we still have a length to go. Far too many people are still being killed and seriously injured on our roads and we won’t stop until we finally reach Vision Zero.