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Road sense, common sense
Northumbria Police

Locals SMILE with road safety lessons

Thane: Three medical practitioners from the city, determined to curb the growing road indiscipline on the stretch from Cadbury junction to Vartak Nagar, have initiated a campaign for the same. Dr Lata Ghanshamnani, Dr Mrudula Bhave and Dr Lina ... Times of India, 6 hours ago
Road sense, common sense Northumbria Police, 13 hours ago
Road Safety Audit Done Every 3 Month MyNewsHub, 15 hours ago

110 images for road safety campaign

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Magic 1152 Manchester, 1 week ago
Irish Mirror, 2 weeks ago
Capital Bay, 3 weeks ago
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CoolSmartPhone, 1 day ago
Times of Oman

Oman Road Safety Association's Buckle Up! campaign takes off

Oman remittance tax stories a big hit While responding to a poll by Times of Oman, 77.9 per cent said the Omani economy cannot benefit much from tax on remittances and 14.7 per cent said ...
 Times of Oman8 hours ago ORSA's Buckle Up! campaign takes off  Times of Oman9 hours ago OMAN OIL MARKETING SAOG : Road Safety Association's 'Buckle Up!' campaign takes off  4 Traders5 hours ago ORSA's Buckle Up campaign targets schoolchildren  Muscat Daily8 hours ago

Campaign to jog drivers' memories

The Road Ribbon for Road Safety campaign has been launched by the WA Local Government Association (WALGA), with support from the Office of Road Safety, to help save lives over the busy summer holiday period. The initiative has evolved from the ...
 PSNews23 hours ago WHO-backed road safety campaign launched in Andhra  Press Trust of India5 days ago Road blitz to drive summer message  PSNews1 week ago A worthy cause to campaign for  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Skit on traffic rules turns red signal lively

The skit was part of The Times of India campaign on Road Safety 'Jaipur's Drive' in association with NGO Muskaan and Jaipur Traffic Police.
 Times of India1 day ago
Capital Bay

Bristol's David Prowse makes road safety comeback

Bristol actor David Prowse has made a comeback - as the Green Cross Code Man. The 79 year old actor, who appeared as Darth Vader in the Star Wars movies, has appeared in a video as part of a road safety campaign launched on YouTube. Unlike the ...
 ITV.com4 days ago Look! Green Cross Code Man returns  Yahoo! UK and Ireland4 days ago Green Cross Code Man returns for new road safety films  Moneywise Magazine4 days ago The Green Cross Code Man makes a comeback, and you better listen son.  CoolSmartPhone1 day ago

Fear of the law best way to curb road deaths Liz ODonnell

Given my new responsibilities with Road Safety, I have an enhanced, even acute awareness of road deaths these days. I thought I was imagining it as I listened to the almost daily news reports of pedestrian and driver fatalities. But Road Safety ...
 Irish Independent3 days ago 2015 50% road accidents reduction achievable  The Nation Nigeria1 day ago Toolkit launched to promote 20mph driving limit days ago Midlands road deaths figures revealed  ITV.com1 week ago
Exchange and Mart

Safety campaign urges road users to look out for each other

A third of primary school children in our region say they've been hit or nearly struck by a vehicle while they were out walking or on a bike, according to the road safety charity Brake. It's launched a new campaign today calling on road users to ...
 ITV.com1 week ago Campaign to end 'selfish' driving on region's roads  ITV.com1 week ago Road risk for walking or cycling schoolchildren  ITV.com1 week ago Twenty's plenty for 45 more schools  Salford City Council1 day ago
Namibian Sun

Namdeb donates to road-safety campaign

The Namibian Diamond Mining Company (Namdeb), has donated N$40 000 to the annual Christmas Road Safety campaign. The campaign is spearheaded by the Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Fund, the Namibia Red Cross Society and the Namibian Police. The money ...
 Namibian Sun1 day ago New campaign cracks down on school zone speeding  Surat Basin Online1 day ago Insurance agency organises road safety campaign at primary school week ago Leaflet campaign targets school parking  Hartlepool Council1 week ago

Introduction of the COPS@road System in Ribnica Improves Safety at the Intersection Next to the New Nursery

In the last few years, this road section has seen an above average number of traffic accidents and violations of traffic regulations. When we take into account that the opening of the new nursery will only contribute to increased traffic, we are all ...
 Noodls1 day ago Safety message: It won't hurt to break your momentum  Washington Post6 days ago Citizens miffed over road safety campaign  Times of India1 week ago Road safety  The Telegraph2 months ago
Motorbike Times

Road Safety Week: Drink-drive limits set to be changed

You might be able to hold your drink, but you won't be able to ride your bike Thursday, 20, Nov 2014 03:04 by Jo Subramaniam Scottish Parliament to vote on reducing drink-driving limits It's officially Road Safety Week , and Scotland is ...
 Motorbike Times5 days ago Campaign launched to highlight Scotland's lower drink drive limit  Road Safety GB6 days ago Campaign to highlight lower drink drive limit in Scotland  ITV.com1 week ago First Motors launches the Fantastic 4 Campaign  AME Info1 week ago
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