Road-safety scheme rolled out across Northumberland

One of the road-safety signs.

One of the road-safety signs.

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A high-profile motorcycle safety scheme is being rolled out across the county once again by the Safer Northumberland Partnership.

For the past four years, Northumberland County Council, Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service and Northumbria Police have led an initiative aimed at cutting motorbike-related accidents on the county’s roads.

Around 200 of the bright yellow Shinysideup signs, warning bikers about the dangers of speeding and cornering, have been put up on rural roads throughout the county in key locations where police have received reports of dangerous driving.


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