PEOPLE in West Yorkshire are being asked their views on road safety to help end all road deaths and serious injury by 2040.

A new survey has been launched with questions on priorities and what further action should be considered around issues like speeding, dangerous driving, road layouts and vehicle maintenance.

Results of the survey will inform the West Yorkshire Vision Zero Strategy.

The strategy aims to eliminate fatalities and seriour injury while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all.

The West Yorkshire Combined Authority is being joined by key partners including West Yorkshire Police, local authorities, the fire and rescue service and National Highways in working on and delivering the strategy.

Alison Lowe, deputy mayor for policing and crime and chair of Vision Zero Board in West Yorkshire, said: “We are determined to create a safer, fairer West Yorkshire and firmly believe that no death or serious injury is acceptable on our roads.

“Whilst we are under no illusion of the size of the task ahead, we must come together and do all that we can to make it a reality.

“It’s really important that we get as many views as possible to inform the strategy.”

Take part in the survey here