The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has given its website rsa.ie a complete make over!

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The Road Safety Authority’s new look website provides a more personable, user-friendly experience for visitors to the site. 

In addition to the new design and functionality of the website, over 400 pages of content have been created or rewritten.  This content has been aligned to the RSA’s corporate ‘information architecture’, in plain English this means that content is beginning to be structured in similar ways across all the RSA’s online platforms, so become One RSA.

“We wanted to make you aware of the new look website but also to highlight the fact that if you are an organisation that has links on your own website to rsa.ie, you will need to update them. If you do have links, you should check them as the old URL links on the previous website have become obsolete and have been replaced by new links.

In the meantime,  we have put redirects on the top 70 webpages on RSA.ie, so users will be able to seamlessly navigate to their desired page on the new site.”

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