The Province of Treviso promotes the spread of road safety culture through awareness campaigns e.g. advertisement on transportation, print media, and online (mobile phone use while driving, seat belts use etc.) Moreover, it organizes and sponsors specific awareness-raising events about this topic.
The Province of Treviso, through the Road network Department, carries out construction sites to improve road infrastructures, signage, and upgrade particularly dangerous junctions along the 1.200 km of roads it manages, assuring ordinary conservation operations of road domain through constant maintenance and vigilance, capable of giving features to the road network in order to sustain traffic fluxes.
In order to create more synergy among those who, in various capacities, deal with road safety, on September 28, the Province of Treviso started “Project of Road safety and Management of Personal and Social Outcomes on Car Accidents”, involving institutions, local authorities, law enforcement agencies, associations, and many operators in the area, aiming to identify and implementing actions to reduce road accidents and raise awareness among citizens.
For many years, the Province of Treviso has been promoting road safety culture in synergy with local high schools offering targeted training aimed to the acquisition of useful skills and behaviour in the use of vehicles, especially in dan
Province of Treviso Road Accidents Monitoring Centre collects accidents data the Marca Trevigiana area in collaboration with Law Forces coordinate with Treviso Prefecture and Local Police. Provincial Administration pays great attention to monitoring accidents on the road network. Any reduction policy of this phenomenon goes through collecting and analysing computerized date about road accidents detected on the territory.
we are convinced that technology is essential today to address the lack of social and road culture in many states, not only in the Mediterranean area. But we wonder if it is not yet possible to intervene with the "older" generations to improve these problems via technology as well. We could use the social networks Facebook and WhatsApp to distribute easily printable files to report to the authorities on the problems that we as motorcyclists encounter daily on the roads.