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Informative talk on Safety in School Transport on October 17

Do you know how minors can travel safely when they use the school bus?

In this talk we will inform you of the current regulations, how our minors currently travel, how they should travel to be safe and what we can do to make them travel safely.

 

17 September 2023 12:18 – 18:19
Headquarter of the Province of Treviso: Sant’Artemio Park
Italy
Thursday, September 28, 2023 - 11:15
After the pandemic, the number of lethal road accidents in the Province of Treviso has unfortunately increased exponentially and it doesn’t seem to decrease, involving not only vehicles but also pedestrians, bikers, and cyclists. Collected data indicate that young people under 30 are one of the most involved age groups in road accidents. From different points of view this is called “tragic anomaly” in the Province of Treviso.

Round table on road safety

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. Those involved are committed to work on 4 fronts: health, social, education, and traffic.

Road Accidents Monitoring Centre

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.

Friday, July 14, 2023 - 11:59
Slovenia is a country with a lot of small and very dispersed settlements where public transport does not cover the needs of mobility. 2 million inhabitants have as many as 1.2 million cars. The proportion of older drivers (61+) is 28% and is growing. For elderly, the car is a source of autonomy, mobility and a building block of social inclusion. Drivers in this age group are the most common drivers of fatal accidents, most often in which they die themselves. During their driving career, cars, infrastructure, road rules, driving dynamics have changed and new forms of mobility have developed.
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