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pedestrian safety

In December 2015, the Automobile Club of Moldova representatives in partnership with the National Patrol Inspectorate organized a road safety flash mob dedicated to pedestrians. The special guest of the event was Ms. Ala Zasmenco – a local pop singer who supports and promotes the road safety initiatives in Moldova.The event took place on the Dacia street in Chisinau and was carried out within the Road Safety Prevention Campaign (in partnership with TRACECA Road Safety Project II), funded by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).

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Wed, 01/29/2014
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http://europa.eu/

Road Safety Programme 2011-2020: detailed measures.
Seven Strategic Objectives: Improved Safety Measures for Vehicles - Building safer road infrastructure - Boost Smart Technology - Strengthening education and training for road users - Better enforcement - Establishing a Road Injuries Target - A new focus on Motorcyclists


 


Published on  
Tue, 01/28/2014
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http://www.who.int/roadsafety/projects/manuals/pedestrian/en/index.html#sthash.cQX1Snsi.dpuf

The World Health Organization (WHO) coordinated the preparation of this manual about Pedestrian safety togheter with FIA Foundation, Global Road Safety Partenership and The World Bank.


Pedestrian safety: a road safety manual for decision-makers and practitioners describes: the magnitude of pedestrian deaths and injuries; key risk factors; ways of assessing the pedestrian safety situation in a given setting and prepare an action plan; and how to select, design, implement and evaluate effective interventions. The manual stresses the importance of a comprehensive, holistic approach that includes engineering, legislation and enforcement as well as behavioural measures. It also draws attention to the benefits of walking, which should be promoted as an important mode of transport given its potential to improve health and preserve the environment.


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