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News > 2018 > Apr > 05Priorities around road safety are the focus of an online public engagement exercise which is currently under way on the Isle of Man Government’s Dialogue website. Feedback supplied during
News > 2015 > Oct > 22The Department of Infrastructure is proposing to introduce new measures to improve road safety in the Isle of Man. The proposals are aimed at reducing the number of fatal or serious collisions
News > 2013 > Jun > 14The Department’s Road Safety Team spearheaded a campaign, endorsed by leading TT racers Dave Molyneux and Conor Cummins, calling on all road users to play their part in improving road safety
News > 2013 > Jul > 17speed and distance accurately.” The Road Safety team will be distributing posters to key locations but if any member of the public wants a poster to display on their staff notice board
News > 2017 > May > 31delivered by the Isle of Man Constabulary’s Road Safety Team. John McDonough, Road Safety Supervisor, said: ‘Cycle proficiency plays an important role in a child’s development, often marking
News > 2015 > Apr > 07The Department of Infrastructure's Road Safety Team is reminding people of the importance of using correctly fitted child car seats.Injuries to young children can be significantly reduced
News > 2013 > Jul > 08As part of its road safety agenda, the Department of Infrastructure carries out regular road side checks to promote a high standard of vehicle maintenance. Working in partnership with the Roads
News > 2018 > May > 14Staying safe by remaining calm on the Island’s roads is the central theme of this year’s Isle of Man Constabulary TT road safety campaign. Posters and beer mats displaying clear and consistent
Department of Infrastructre and IOM Constabulary launches 'save up to 2,500 campaign - Don't get caught using a hand held mobile while driving'
News > 2012 > Aug > 08The Department of Infrastructure’s Road Safety Team and the Isle of Man Constabulary are re-running their joint mobile phone campaign. The aim is to deter the use of hand held mobile phones whilst