The Road Safety, Cycling and Sustainable Transport Officer (RCSTO) is responsible for the delivery of the council’s role and responisbilities under three categories:
Road Safety, Cycling and also Sustainable Transport. While a broader outline of each section of the role is listed on the menus on the left, below is a brief synopsis of the role and responsibilities of the RCSTO.
School Warden Service (Management, Training, Safety, PPE and Payroll)
Preparing, promoting and assisting in the implementation of the Road Safety Plan
Liaising with RSA, LARSO, AGS and other Stakeholders
Initiating and promoting road safety campaigns and projects
Deliver road safety education in schools and throughout the community
Organise and deliver annual AXA Road Safety Roadshow for TY/LCA & Youth Groups
Promote safer cycling and cycle awareness
Service and support the Kildare Cycle Forum
Arrange and provide Cycle Training at schools
Assess schools and students in cycle proficiency and knowledge
Organise cycleways and greenways promotional events
Organise and promote annual Bike Week events
Support Mobility Management Initiatives and other initiatives which support greater use of walking, cycling and public transport.
Promote current Greenways and Blueways
Prepare grant funding applications for new Greenway and Blueway schemes
Promote Active Travel and Smarter Travel initiatives
Liaise with Kildare Fáilte, Kildare Tourism, Schools Network and other stakeholders to promote and support Green & Blueway tours and water based events and activities.
Organise and promote annual EU Mobility Week events in Kildare and co-ordinate sustainable transport initiatives during EU Mobility Week and other related EU, National, regional, and local events as required.
Support the Kildare Regional Climate Action Office in sustainable transport initiatives
Any other such other duties that may be assigned from time to time