PF Led ONE se convierte en la baliza V16 pionera en el mercado por ofrecer conectividad con la DGT, siendo uno de los requisitos indispensables para su homologación futura. A partir de principios de diciembre de 2021, la señal de emergencia PF Led ONE V16 saldrá al mercado y a día de hoy ya está disponible para reserva en la web.
The campaign called ”Road Safety Heroes,” carried out online by Industrie Mica Prahova SA and Drumul in siguranta weblog between November 15th and November 21st, 2021, presents the people involved in road safety or who bring their contribution to saving the injured ones. They can be: roads policing officers, firefighters, construction engineers, educators or employers. This category includes all those who use the roads responsibly, thus protecting themselves and the people around them.
Road Safety Institute - Bulgaria, on the request of the local people in city of Aytos, organized a public consultation on the issue of dangerous transit truck driving and made serious recommendations to road owners and municipality how to fix these disadvantages. RSI- Bulgaria managed to persuade all stakeholders in the necessity to enable road safety principles for all users. Special report was made to help people insist a real solution by local politicians.
EN PATINETE, SI LO HACES BIEN TODO VA BIEN
1.- Entidad: Fundación MAPFRE y Real Automóvil Club de Cataluña, implicando a otras entidades privadas y públicas
2.- Título de la actividad En Patinete, si lo haces bien todo va bien
The Małopolska Provincial Road Safety Council (MWRBRD) initiates and undertakes a number of activities to make Polish, and in particular, Małopolska roads safer. The programs are aimed at all road users. The activities carried out by the council are long-term and systemic in nature; are implemented in close consultation with entities for which safety on Polish roads is a priority. The council includes 27 members from all region collaborating for road safety. The main goal established by the Council is 0 victims in the region by 2050.
The number of road traffic fatalities in Germany decreased steadily until 2010. However, since then the statistics show that the number of collisions are on the rise again. Reasons for this trend can be found, for example, in increased traffic volume, stress in everyday life or distraction whilst driving. As a result, dangerous situations on the road are often not assessed correctly or are recognised too late by road users. This shows a need for action to break new grounds in road safety work. This is exactly where gefahrenstellen.de (dangerspots.org) comes in.