A national contest – drawing, story-telling and singing - to make children aware of the dangers on the roads around their schools. It will target 200 000 children.
Primary school children will march with informative banners on MyWorld 2015 in partnership with Tlhare Segolo Foundation, MVA Fund and the Department of Road Transport and Safety.
Seven month pilot project in Dar es Salaam for the training of 700 hundred unlicensed and new taxi drivers, supported by a campaign on reflector stickers for night vision ,helmet usage, reinforcement of three wheeler canopy and installation of safety belts.
Continuation of 2012 project to train professional two-and three-wheeler drivers.
A march of 250 pupils from five schools, including police and Boda Boda motorcyclists, with banners and flags to a civic square, seeking votes and also presenting a petition to government officials.
Training, both theory and practical, of 1 000 Boda Boda motorcyclists and three wheelers (local taxi riders) plus the distrbution of 20 000 fluorescent stickers among the citizens of Dar es Salaam.
Continuation of a proven successful project to train a further 1 000 motorcyclists and three wheeler drivers as well as distributing 10 000 fluorescent stickers to improve night visibility.
A programme to teach trainers and then have them train bus drivers and public transport companies. The companies will be urged to choose professional drivers, but will also learn the importance of monitoring driver health before a trip.
A collaboration with five municipalities for distribution of training materials in kindergartens by volunteers and professional trainers.
Postcards that include a barcode for people to scan and vote directly from their smartphones, supported at conventions and through a media campaign.
Training with simulators with emphasis on texting and driving, drowsy driving, driving under the influence, and driving in extreme weather conditions.
In the framework of the Road Safety Week,a drawing competition in schools to raise awareness of road safety for school children.
A series of walks to school with informative stands about voting for better roads and transport in MyWorld, as well as road safety education and training.
A series of lectures in schools on road casualties, accompanied by a theatre performance called “Maxaca” (Family) with 13 to 16 performers.
A project involving workshops with theatre performances in three driving schools, plus the distribution of sugar sachets in restaurants and ministries on MyWorld 2015, urging votes and dispensing safety messages.
Interactive workshops and theatre performance in colleges and schools simulating a road fatality and heightening awareness of the social, psychological and economic impact of dangerous driving.
A “Short Walk” with school children with the objective of creating awareness of the risks pedestrians are exposed to when using the road, promotion of safe road user behaviour, and reminding drivers of the rights of pedestrians.
Lessons to promote peer-to-peer road safety training with the aim of training 100 students of different ages from 10 schools to equip them to teach road safety to their peers.
An awareness rally with participants marching with posters and flyers in support of better roads and transport, particularly targetting government and private offices encouraging signatures for MyWorld 2015.
A campaign to assist schools in starting road safety clubs and enhancing the already existing road safety clubs.
An awareness and education campaign on cyclist helmet usage.
A project to influence behaviour of road users targeting pedestrians in previously disadvantaged areas and focusing on taxi, bus and rail commuters, school children and communities.
A broad campaign to encourage safe behaviour including manuals and handbooks, print materials, practical driver training, TV and radio programmes and advertising.
A training programme to prepare a team of certified road safety trainers for novice drivers in cooperation with the Test&Training International Institute.
An initiative in the schools of 24 governorates where pupils will be trained by the local police on pedestrian crossings and will receive reflectors, posters and stickers on road safety.
A roadshow to raise awareness on pedestrian safety by targeting members of the public in the CBD.
Road safety education at more than 700 schools in different provinces of Zimbabwe, covering teaching materials, a one-day workshop for educators and teachers and road safety lessons for children.
Development of a schools programme to educate drivers and enhance marketing.
A project to heighten awareness of MyWorld 2015 and to capitalise on government connections, member database and wide ranging media activities in gaining support and signatures.
A driver training project aimed at capacity building of AAU trainers to turn the driving school into Driving Centres of Excellence.
A study to scientifically analyse the risks behind texting while walking and cycling, with the results distributed to Clubs globally.
An educational programme to improve the quality of drivers and support the creation of a scientific driver education system in Western India.
A short movie production seeking behavioral modification, envisaging two films, in the four regional South Indian languages.
A kid's day at the WCIM institute for training & fun activities, with the main objective to reach the entire family with the ultimate aim of reducing accidents.
Training & fun games for children at Traffic Park with an accompanying communication strategy urging the mass media to view pedestrian safety as a social responsibility.
A project involving booklet distribution, banners, face to face Interaction with pedestrians and volunteers to guide them.
A pedestrian awareness campaign with posters and banners for display at vantage points.
A workshop at school level in collaboration with local police authorities, supported by distribution of leaflets & banners with safety messages.
Extensive training, including simulators, for sons of commercial drivers killed in road accidents.
A project to monitor the behaviour of motor vehicle users, followed by national promotional and educational campaigns on safe driving.
A unique pilot project to deliver indigenous driver training, licencing and road safety education to overcome barriers of remoteness, culture and discrimination.
An educational programme for 12 to 18 year old learner and pre-learner drivers, including a workshop for adults and parents to ensure they are aware of road safety issues.
Driving and mentoring instruction to support Australia’s indigenous drivers through NRMA’s Safer Driving School. The project also aims to increase log book hours and enhance the provisional licenses obtained.
An awareness campaign among road users, to change road use behaviour.
The second phase of a highly successful program aimed at making professionals’ associations, government sector and corporate sector engage more actively in the promotion of road safety.
A project to address the lack of proper training in Nepal with an initial 100 instructors to be trained and production of an auto workshop manual to standardize training.
A programme to promote nationwide road safety in classrooms and schoolyards, covering both theory and practical sessions.
A multi-day approach to encourage road safety awareness amongst child pedestrians and drivers on a major housing estate.
A campaign to raise awareness of obscured visibility from vehicular blind spots to both drivers and pedestrians through practical, educational outreach and to encourage greater bicyclist visibility through the distribution and advocacy of lamp usage.
"Road safety Programme for All" dedicated to pedestrian safety with the objective of reducing casualties among road users and pedestrians.
An awareness campaign to highlight the number of accidents at railway crossings due to the negligence of drivers and pedestrians.
A broad campaign to achieve 100,000 signatures for MyWorld 2015.
A print and online campaign to highlight road safety, covering use of seat belts, drink driving and speeding as key factors causing accidents and with a link to the MyWorld survey encouraging signatures.
A campaign using TV, schools and kindergartens to improve road user behaviour by teaching children in an amusing way, while also educating parents. The message is via 25 short cartoons on a national channel.
An educational programme to provide novice drivers a framework that will allow them to gain a certain driving experience in an environment where risks are limited.
A road safety media corner , either at the starting point of the Long Short Walk or the end of the walk.
A road safety campaign for school children, involving road traffic education lectures, quizzes, dissemination of informational-educational materials aimed at educating of the youngest traffic participants.
Involving around 1000 school children, this is a short walk along the main city street in Sarajevo with kids wearing t-shirts and caps with Decade logos and road safety slogans. At a Club stand, visitors will receive leaflets and be urged to sign for MyWorld.
A road safety education campaign for school children developed through the method "learning by experiencing".
An awareness and prevention process for seniors drivers to conduct them towards a self analysis of their knowledge and competence to drive.
"On-board Rescue Sheet" to put vital information, currently not available inside vehicles, all over Europe.
Continuation of the 2012 project to put the “On-Board Rescue Sheet “ inside vehicles all over Europe.
A campaign to educate key decision makers and the public on the benefits of emergency braking system (EBS/AEBS).
A road safety presentation delivered to Members of Parliament.
Promotion of MyWorld 2015 and encouragement of AMSM members and citizens to participate. The campaign includes text messages to members, a paid Facebook ad and canvassing of votes via electronic tablet sign up of shoppers and commuters.
A campaign to maintain the low number of cyclist road accidents through training and education, with drivers also being urged to treat cyclists with respect.
An informative campaign on the danger of not using child restraint systems and an educational campaign on traffic rules for school chidren and teachers.
A campaign to make the public aware of the dangers of on unsafe vehicles on Lithuania’s roads.
An information and education campaign to target drivers and encourage votes, supported by participation at "Transbaltica 2014"- the largest exhibition in the Baltic states.
A media and social advertising campaign urging drivers to use hands-free equipment for phone calls and not to text at all.
A speed awareness campaign and training in a two day course with the Norwegian Armed Forces , demonstrating the risk of speeding in a safe environment.
A cartoon show on road safety, to be broadcast twice a day Monday to Friday on national open signal TV.
An informative campaign for young people before they attain their driving license in a practical, sustainable way, and adapted to local needs, cultural and social contexts.
An awareness campaign for pedestrians and drivers focussing on high impact messages painted on pedestrian crossings.
Set-up of 50 laboratories for traffic education in 30 schools in Romania for pupils between 7 and 15
A national road safety project for mobilization and participation of the public in MyWorld2015, including mobile information points, TV and radio campaign, and letters to MPs.
A unique project targetting people who, previously, had no need to acquire the knowledge and skills to become independent drivers, but following the death of their partner, or due to divorce, find they want to become independently mobile.
Two courses, Drive Smart and Drive Safe, to develop a template to roll out internationally for safe driving and road safety.
Creation of a source of information on older driver behaviour with a specific focus on the most common form of crash experienced with this group.
The development of a new training package for novice drivers as a ‘proof of concept’, involving parents in young drivers' early driving with smartphone-based monitoring and feedback to support a graduated licensing approach and telematics-based insurance.
A Road Safety Film Challenge competition among schools and universities to produce motor sport-related film treatments of each of the FIA Action for Road Safety’s Ten Golden Rules.
A study to compare behaviour when using the Google Glass for route navigation or a typical portable navigation device, or when given verbal instructions by passengers.
Creation of a short film based on one of the FIA’s 10 Golden Rules. The film will be used to promote a road safety message to the wider UK population.
A series of "Road Safety Shows/Road Safety Days" focused on pre-school and school children, presenting road safety topics in an unusual, amusing and active show.
Production of 10 videos covering different aspects of driver education and training, made in cooperation with a major producer for motorsport events on Czech National TV.
A three-phase training programme for young drivers covering both theory and practice sessions.
A research project investigating the latest technologies to improve safety for motorcycle users with subsequent training courses for them on better understanding and use of the technologies.
ACI experts and sport champions to accompany primary school pupils on a pleasant/educational walk along the streets of historical Rome with guidance on how to safely use the roads and pedestrian crossings.
An awareness campaign on the incidence and danger of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome (OSAS) for drivers and including the drafting of new laws.
An educational video for children and adults, backed by a series of events on the safe use of bicycles.
The development of proactive toolkits for road authorities to improve their road infrastructure in a way that meets the most recent road safety requirements for (elderly) cyclists and new vehicles.
A communication strategy for a plan of road improvements for 5500 Km of the road network in the Catalonia region.
An informative project for seniors to mitigate the risk and the number of fatalities and injuries on roads.
A campaign promoting the FIA – Action for Road Safety strategy covering the most important cities of Spain with the collaboration of councils, with a specific focus on high-risk collectives’ age groups: children, youth and the elderly.
A campaign for RACC members, mobility experts and media to explain the objectives of the MyWorld global survey to encourage people to vote for better roads and transport.
Research into how pregnancy affects mobility and its influence on road safety for pregnant women, with the aim of producing recommendations for their enhanced safety on the roads.
An awareness campaign for children's safe participation in traffic, through both theory and practical knowledge.
An awareness campaign on the need for better transport and roads after 2015, by collecting votes for the UN survey and supported by participation in events and conventions.
An advanced driver training project for members of the Police Forces.
A TV campaign to positively change the behaviour of drivers, increase their skills, and also make pedestrians and cyclists more safety aware.
A campaign drawing motorists' attention to the risks and dangers of cars not in technical order, run in parallel with free vehicle testing in various Latvian cities with a mobile van.
A project aimed at drawing public attention to elderly drivers and to encourage seniors to evaluate their abilities for continued full-fledged participation on the roads.
A short films competition on the 10 golden traffic safety rules. The top 10 will be awarded 500 € and shown on safety-related websites, with the best displayed on auto industry-related programmes.
Children of the SOS Children's Villages draw their daily way to school, raising awareness of the possible difficulties and dangers of being in traffic as pedestrians.
A nationwide campaign to improve road safety, focussing over several months on specific target groups such as students, cyclists and pedestrians.
The project aims to reduce pedestrian deaths and injuries on the most dangerous pedestrian crossings in Minsk. It also seeks to improve road safety consciousness through an awareness campaign and to create a platform for partnership between pedestrians and drivers.
A widespread “seat belts and child restraints public awareness campaign.” It will centre on a special T-shirt design, with a catchy family oriented slogan urging parents to ensure their kids are belted up.
A series of road safety events in Szeged, a cultural and university center, to draw attention to the importance of pedestrians’ safety in traffic.
A preventive road safety education program aimed at senior drivers.
A programme of activities to raise pedestrian awareness and mark the UN Global Road Safety Week.
An awareness campaign on pedestrian visibility comprising such activities as celebrity charity dinner, walks, flash mobs, press conference, and distribution of reflectors and including vote gathering for MyWorld 2015.
The use of spectacle and game to reach schoolchildren and raise awareness of the dangers of traffic and how to behave safely.
Design and implementation of an awareness campaign by the working group established in TRACECA Moldova, with a workshop of key road safety stakeholders from Ukraine and Moldova.
A special event for citizens of Zielona Góra city focussing on the safety of pedestrians with police and teachers showing how to walk safely in and outside the city.
A boad campaign to promote safety behaviour among younger generation / teenagers and supported by POLICE, National TV, Medical rescue and Ministry of Education.
An educational project to instruct members on safe cycling practices while encouraging positive cooperation between cyclists and motorists.
In partnership with the Canadian Medical Association, the production of a dedicated website for both senior drivers and their adult children, aimed at helping seniors cope with declining driving skills, and at helping the adult children of aging parents support them.
A high-impact TV, radio and print advertising campaign to raise awareness among youth of the dangers of texting and driving, in support of the safer road user pillar of FIA Mobility.
An educational programme to involve young people in the road safety agenda, leading in turn to a decrease in fatalities for all road users.
Engaging Jamaican youth to create videos to promote the MyWorld survey and vote. The videos will feature on both social media and mass media.
A post-crash project to provide effective post-crash care in collaboration with the JN Foundation and the Ministry of Health.
An educational project to teach the child as a driver, passenger and pedestrian about road safety, covering seat belts, child seats, ascent and descent, the opposite side of the traffic flow and safety locks.
An event involving famous personalities, to promote safer road use. Animators will engage attendees to participate in games, photos and voting on MyWorld 2015, while providing road safety advice.
Flyers for the public, explaining the concept of indulgent roads and showing why it can considerably reduce accidents. Featuring a MyWorld link.
A training programme for children between 6 and 17 years on road safety education.
A campaign to educate and train drivers and pedestrians through activities aimed at reducing incidents.
A three-phase training programme for young drivers covering both theory and practice sessions.
A public awareness and educational campaign aimed at teaching 33,000 children per year on how to be a better pedestrian, passenger, cyclist and/or future driver.
Communication through print and electronic media to reach users of the current web and Facebook page of TACP as well as those of strategic partners. Specifically, a webpage will be created with links to encourage votes.
A broad media and social network campaign on road safety in an effort to reduce the high fatality rate nationally.
A 1330 square feet mobile park placed in schools under ACC team supervision where kids will assume roles as pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and drivers and using safe, playful activities to learn about road risks.
Through a 4 person team, a zebra, a donkey and two volunteers helping pedestrians and drivers to respect the zebras will show in an amusing and memorable way the risk of ignoring lights and crossings.
An awareness campaign through media, leading up to Easter Week (holiday season), which is the most dangerous in terms of accidents. A key radio host will spearhead the campaign.
A campaign in cooperation with major media, motor sport drivers and key players / co-sponsors to raise awareness and importance of better road safety habits.
An educational programme focusing on road safety best practices and postcrash and run in cooperation with the UNITRAN Foundation, the National Road Safety Unit, and the PanAmerican Health Organization.
An awareness campaign to discourage unsafe road practices and encourage safer behaviour.
An awareness campaign to influence public opinion and have child safety in vehicles in the national and legislative agenda.
An active campaign displayed on the streets to all pedestrians on the “wrong way and the safe way “ to cross roads, given that 50 per cent of road fatalities in the country are pedestrians.
A project to strengthen road safety efforts by installing three artistic crosswalks on the most dangerous intersections in Curridabat.
The distribution of 20, 000 reflective decals in Nicaragua to motorcycles owners, bike owners, horse carriages, cow carriages, run with the support of the police department.
A campaign supported by a meeting with the Minister of transport to distribute flyers demanding better roads and transport for the public in general.