Welcome to the Road Safety section of Louth County Council's website. In this section there is information on road safety issues as well as useful links to other websites containing information on road safety.
Road Safety Officer
The main role of the Road Safety Officer is to raise awareness and educate the public on road safety matters. Contact the Road Safety Officer at RoadSafetyOfficer@louthcoco.ie or follow on
Twitter at #LouthRoadSafety
For detailed statistical information (road deaths and injuries, road safety performance, safety by county etc.) click here
Here is a link to the RSA Road Collision Facts Book.
Here is a link to the County by County Road Safety Review
Rules of the Road
Rules of the Road, including foreign language translations, are available to download from the website www.rulesoftheroad.ie as is an interactive English version, edited to Plain English standards by NALA. E-booklets and an audio version on CD-ROM to meet the needs of those with reading difficulties are available by contacting the Road Safety Authority at LoCall 1890 50 60 80 or by email at email@example.com.
Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians all have a part to play in making our roads safer. We can all help to make Louth's road safer by treating each other courteously, obeying the rules of the road and by remaining alert at all times while using the road.
Road Safety Educational Resources
There are now a full set of resources approved at a national level for delivery in preschool, primary and post-primary schools as well as approved programmes for use in third level, workplace and in community settings. Further information can be found HERE.
County Louth Road Safety Plan
Road Safety Together Working Groups were established in every county as per action No 43 of the National Road Safety Strategy 2013-2020 and are complementary to the national road safety strategy. The County Louth group is in the process of producing the County’s first Road Safety Action Plan by co-ordinating a multi-agency road safety policy and implementation at a local level.
The Co Louth Road Safety Plan covering the four year period 2017 to 2020 will offer strategic direction for road safety in the County. The document will outline the actions to be undertaken in the County to improve the safety of our roads.
European Day Without A Road Death (Project EDWARD)
This year's 'European Day Without A Road Death' takes place on 21st September. To find out more and to sign the pledge click HERE