We've received lots of feedback about our new website. Find out what people think, and how we've responded to your comments.
The new Suffolk County Council website was launched in June 2015.
Throughout the development of the new website, we've been asking for feedback. You've responded with hundreds of comments.
This page summarises the reaction to the new suffolk.gov.uk. It also shows how we've acted on your feedback - and improved the website based on your suggestions.
- See more at: http://www.suffolk.gov.uk/about/your-website-feedback/#sthash.iDJkb1be.dpuf
The Suffolk Roadsafe Partnership website.
Users can now find information about road safety in Suffolk, apply for courses and learn about managing risk on the road.
The website is divided into sections for schools and colleges, drivers of all ages, motorcyclists, and cyclists. News and Suffolk specific information are also included, as well as a twitter feed from @Suffolkroadsafe.
Created in 2007, The Suffolk Roadsafe Partnership brings together the main agencies involved in road safety in the county. The agencies work together to provide the best possible use of resources and road safety expertise from many different disciplines.
The number of people killed or seriously injured on Suffolk's roads has significantly decreased over the last 12 years. In 2012 there were 24 fatal, 337 serious, and 2143 slight casualties. It is estimated by Department for Transport that each fatal accident costs over £1.6m.
From taxi driver accreditation courses in the St Edmundsbury Borough Council area, to information about current road safety campaigns such as the Designated Driver scheme; the website offers useful safety tips for cyclists and drivers of all abilities.
County Council Graham Newman, chair of the Suffolk Roadsafe Partnership, said:
"You will find the latest information and advice on the site about the activities being offered by the county council's road safety team, Suffolk Police, the police and crime commissioner and Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service.
"Designed so that it can be updated regularly and easily, we hope that www.suffolkroadsafe.net will be the first port of call for any road safety queries that Suffolk residents may have."
The Road Safety Team also delivers ‘Bikeability', the practical cycling training course, in many Suffolk schools.