European Road Safety Charter
Bezpečnost silničního provozu v akci

Good practices

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A good practice is the activity (campaign, project, techniques or other) that a member has undertaken to improve road safety in their environment, that has been assessed for effectiveness in addressing the problem and proven to be successful.

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Additional documents

Good practices

-AESLEME y su campaña Te puede pasar nacieron por los resultados de un estudio que realizaron conjuntamente la universidad y un hospital de referencia de Madrid entre 1980 y 1990, cuyos resultados dejaron patente que el número de lesionados graves en España se había multiplicado por tres. Tras una...
The reason for the project was an effort to maximally eliminate accidents of children and youth on a bicycle.Interactive game on a web platform - cycling from the perspective of a cyclist, route is determined by voice guidance, in real dynamic environment of the city in full...
The main purpose of the project is prevention of traffic accidents and contribution to create a healthier youth culture and to improve the traffic culture for the benefit and safety of all, by informing and educating adolescents in the traffic law in an interactive and vicarious approach. Driving...
The initiative revolves around safe driving. It provides answers to the following questions:- Where do we get about?- What are the rules of safe cycling?- What is the right behavior in the car, on public transport means?- The use of safety belts, child restraint- To see and to be seen (be visible...
Villages are in a special situation from both traffic and public lighting points of view. Public lighting is very poor, and village residents often walk or cycle over to the neighbouring villages , using roads that are not lit and lack sidewalk, while the speed limit is 90 km/h. People walking...