Adrian Hide joins MRSS

12.00 | 21 August 2012 | | 4 comments

Adrian Hide, former road safety manager with Staffordshire County Council, has joined Nick Lloyd at Managed Road Safety Solutions (MRSS), the company set up by TTC Group to provide road safety ETP services.

MRSS has been set up to provide fully managed road safety programmes, or to work with road safety managers to fill gaps in existing services.

MRSS intends to deliver a full range of schools based education and training programmes including practical pedestrian training, cyclist training, pre-driver training, young driver coaching and training programmes for motorcyclists.

Between them, Adrian Hide and Nick Lloyd have 43 years’ experience in road safety. They have both managed local authority road safety teams and pioneered nationwide road safety education schemes.

Adrian Hide said: “We are passionate about saving lives. Communities will suffer because budgets have been slashed in local authority road safety departments across the UK.

“Local authorities are finding it increasingly difficult to provide a comprehensive lifesaving road safety service with recent budget cuts. We want to fill these gaps and help dedicated road safety teams as they struggle to fulfill their statutory responsibilities.”

Nick Lloyd added: “We have a wealth of experience in local authority road safety and now we have a unique service to offer and are the only company with the specific purpose of delivering comprehensive road safety services which are vital for the future of road safety education.”

For more information contact MRSS on 01952 607187.


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    But not in Scotland apparently, I contacted TTC and asked for a meeting, the reply was quite clear we don’t go up as far as Ayrshire.

    Calum Macleod
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    Road casualty graphs since 1989 for every police area, from 1926 nationally for fatalities and from 1950 for non-fatal injuries are all available at for every police area.

    I will it to readers to form their own assessment of Staffordshire’s results or indeed those of any other areas.

    All data is taken from the DfT’s annual reports – they provide few graphs, so I do.

    Idris Francis
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    Where are the other two and which one will not be wearing shoes?

    Nigel Horsley: Leicestershire County Council
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    I’m concerned that neither Nick or Adrian are checking for traffic as they walk on the Zebra crossing………..!

    Joe – Sefton
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