This web site has been created by Safer Roads Humber to give the public access to information regarding the scheme, its aims and objectives. It is hosted on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council web server.


While care is taken in the compilation of the information, Safer Roads Humber, its employees, contractors, partners and agents will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of the use of, or inability to use this site or any material contained within it, or from any action or decision taken as a result of using this site. No liability is accepted for any inaccuracy or error within these pages, nor does it constitute legal or other professional advice. Readers should take appropriate professional advice and should not rely upon anything found on, or accessed through, this website. In addition, by the nature of its content and to ensure accuracy, information is subject to change without notice.


This website does not automatically capture any personal information of those logged onto the site other than that person’s IP address. No information about you will be retained except that which you submit voluntary via feedback mechanisms such as the web forms or such as is required for the system administration of the host web server. The Partnership does not use cookies on its site. Children under 16 years of age should not submit any information on any website without the consent of their parent / carer.


Links to other sites from these pages are for information only, and Safer Roads Humber have no responsibility or liability for access to them, the content, accuracy or opinions of any website which is linked from or to saferroadshumber.com. The Partnership is not responsible for the privacy practices of these sites. For information on the privacy policies of these sites, please refer to their home pages. Listing of links should not be taken as an endorsement of any kind.


Safer Roads Humber is committed to reducing the number of people killed and injured on our roads, by bringing about a change in driver attitude towards speed, whether it be excessive or inappropriate. It therefore follows that drivers should familiarise themselves with the speed limit for any road they may be driving on and ensure that they drive safely and appropriately within the speed limit at all time.


Humberside Police reserve the right to enforce the speed limit on any road, using whatever means they feel appropriate and without any prior warning. Any driver exceeding the speed limit risk prosecution. The content of this site including but not limited to the text and images herein and their arrangements are Copyright c 2009 Humberside Police Authority and East Riding of Yorkshire Council. All rights reserved.