The roads in the EU are getting safer -- from around 76 000 road deaths per year in 1991 to 26 000 deaths reported in 2013. This is the result of hard work by many actors on local, national and EU level. The EU road safety work focuses on seven objectives for the period 2011-2020: Better education of road users, better enforcement of traffic rules, safer roads, safer vehicles, better use of modern technologies, reducing the number of serious road traffic injuries and improving the safety of vulnerable road users. The EU road safety work is a great success story. Yet, the work is still far from done. Every death is one too many. This video was launched on the occasion of the sixth European Road Safety Day, organised by the European Commission in cooperation with the Greek EU Presidency in Athens on 9th May 2014. The European Road Safety Day is a yearly event that brings together road safety experts, NGOs, policy makers and the industry to find common solutions to European road safety problems. More information can be found on http://ec.europa.eu/roadsafety
La nueva Ley de Seguridad entra fuerte, si bien en determinados aspectos habrá que esperar al próximo Reglamento General de Circulación que la desarrolle. No obstante, desde el 9 de mayo de 2014 ya están vigentes las siguientes novedades más destacables:
We are mobilizing the Spanish society and EU world since year 2008 and with collaboration of the Spanish authorities I have participate in controlling the road accident in Spain. I am also working to control the Accident in Asia especially in Pakistan from SARSAL forum and high ups of Pakistan have been given many proposals. In this regard the Secretary General of UN has been informed about the condition. My report in this regard is attached for information of all.
Commission Vice-President Siim Kallas has today presented the "Excellence in Road Safety Award" to the Transport Research Centre of the Czech Republic, for their commitment to safe and smart roads. This yearly award, created by the European Road Safety Charter, rewards organisations that have made a good, sustainable and realistic commitment to road safety. This year's award was handed over at the informal ministerial meeting on transport in Athens.