European Road Safety Charter
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A good practice can be any set of actions (strategies, measures, methods, approaches etc.) that have been successfully addressing a road safety problem.

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We have launched our road safety and education programme “Safety on Roads during a Lifetime” eight years ago aiming to reduce the number of fatalities and accidents. As children and pedestrians are the most vulnerable participants of traffic we have provided them education in order to enhance their...
High number of accidents at level crossings.Lack of education and prevention.
National transport policy is based on the principle of shared responsibility (driver, vehicle, road), or partnership among traffic participants: vehicle manufacturers, institutions and organizations responsible for the construction and maintenance of roads. The latest research about belted habits...
Insuficiente atención a víctimas de accidentes de tráfico y sus familiares. Falta de datos exactos sobre la mortalidad de las víctimas más de 30 días después de los accidentes.
The project wish to tackle perceived safety around schools and parents behaviour. More parents will drop off their children at could than before. Partly due to longer distances to school. This causes serious traffic problems in front of schools. Parents are not likely to listen to traffic engineers...