AFTER 38 fatalities and 360 serious injuries on the roads of North Yorkshire last year police leaders are calling on residents to have their say in a national road safety survey.

North Yorkshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan is calling on residents across the county to voice their opinions on how road safety and enforcement could be improved.

The national survey by the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners will be part of the response to a review of roads policing, including what the future of traffic law enforcement could look like.

The online poll can be completed until Wednesday 30 September at . Julia Mulligan said: "Road safety is one of our biggest concerns and far too many people are still injured and killed on our roads. Our voice should be heard, our rural communities face particular challenges, and it’s important those views are represented when decisions are made."