Safer Roads

The Cayman Islands National Road Safety Strategy 2023-2038 aims to reduce road fatalities by 100 percent by 2038. This comprehensive initiative is dedicated to making our roads safer for everyone. In a world that is constantly in motion, the importance of road safety cannot be overstated. With the advent of new technology and the ever-increasing demands of modern life, challenges such as texting while driving and speeding have emerged as leading causes of road fatalities.

An initiative led by the Ministry of Planning, Agriculture, Housing and Infrastructure, the National Road Safety Strategy is a bold and innovative approach to address these critical issues head-on. We understand that the consequences of texting while driving and speeding can be devastating, not only for the individuals involved but for their families and our communities as well. That is why the Cayman Islands Government has developed this multifaceted strategy that combines education, enforcement, engineering and emergency response to reduce these dangers and create a safer environment for all road users.

The Road to Zero: let’s get there together.

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Our Partners

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Engineering & Standards 


  • National Roads Authority 
  • Legislative Drafting 
  • Planning Department 
  • Lands & Survey 
  • Department of Vehicle and Drivers' Licensing
  • Department of Public Safety & Communications

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  • Ministry of Tourism & Ports 
  • Ministry of Education 
  • Department of Vehicle and Drivers' Licensing
  • Royal Cayman Islands Police Service
  • Cayman Islands Fire Service
  • Department of Communications 
  • Public Transport Unit

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  • Ministry of Home Affairs 
  • Royal Cayman Islands Police Service
  • Dept of Public Safety & Communications
  • Department of Vehicle and Drivers' Licensing 
  • Public Transportation Unit
  • Judicial Administration 
  • Legislative Drafting 

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Emergency Response 


  • Public Safety & Communications 
  • Royal Cayman Islands Police Service 
  • Emergency Medical Services (EMS) 
  • Cayman Islands Fire Service 
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