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Between July and August 2018, the Prodriver Foundation together with Fundacja Za Kolkiem and the President of Tarnowski District and in cooperation with four communes from the district of Tarnów, carried out a social campaign called " Roads without Alcohol – II edition " – as a following step of the last year campaign realized during the holidays for tens of thousands of inhabitants of the region. The purpose of the campaign was to promote road safety with an emphasis on driver sobriety and civic education against the phenomenon of drunk drivers.

Lithuanian Transport Safety Administration have supported project EDWARD – the European Day without a Road Death which took place on 19 September during the European Mobility Week.

O μη κερδοσκοπικός οργανισμός My Grand Road σε συνεργασία με την τοποική αστυνομία του Δήμου Λουτρακίου και με την υποστήριξη του Δήμου Λουτρακίου θα διοργανώσει ενημερωτική δράση στους μαθητές του Δημοτικού Σχολείου της Περαχώρας του Δ. Λουτρακίου. Σγκεκριμένα θα ενημερωθούν οι μαθητές για την χρήση της Λωρίδας Έκτακτης Ανάγκης , τα οχήματα που έχουν δικαίωμα να την χρησιμοποιούν, τους Ελληνικούς τηλεφωνικούς ανάγκης καθώς και για τον ευρωπαϊκό αριθμό έκτακτης ανάγκης τον 112.

As the summer passed away, Lithuanian Transport Safety Administration has ended their social campaign which encouraged young pupils to share their drawings on how they imagine a safety reflector which could save their lives in roads. With a beginning of a new academic year, winners of the contest have been awarded and reflectors based on their drawings are now being presented and will soon be available for more than 15 000 road users.

Every year more than 6 million passengers travel by intercity buses to reach their homes, works or holiday destinations. Only a small part of them use seat belts – to be more specific, only 13,9 % of passengers do follow safety instructions regarding seat belts. Lack of knowledge surely is not the main factor because more than 62% of travelers do know that they must wear seat belts.

With such a worrying trend, Lithuanian Transport Safety Administration has encouraged and invited carriers and bus station managers to sign a “Promotion of seat belts in intercity buses memorandum”.

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