CRAVEN residents are being urged to have their say on road safety and how it is currently enforced.

North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, Julia Mulligan, is supporting a national survey from the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners which will help form the response to the government’s review of roads policing, including looking at what the future of traffic law enforcement may look like.

“Road safety is one of the biggest concerns I hear about – and far too many people are still injured and killed on our roads every year. It’s important that our voice is heard when the national response to the government’s consultation is put together.,” said Mrs Mulligan.

“Our rural communities face particular challenges, and it’s important those views are represented when decisions are made. That’s why I’m asking people to complete the survey and have their say.”

To access the 60 second poll, visit: by September 30.