In 2017 Lithuanian Transport Safety Administration started a campaigned which attempted to reduce the number of accidents in railways. The campaign revolved around education and communication with Lithuanian people and different groups of society. Successful results and the increased attention to safety problems in railways inspired administration to continue its mission and expand it by promoting safety in roads as well.
In partnership with a local motorcycle training school we deliver an awareness training course to new and young riders. Following a comprehensive review of the casualty patterns and rider profiles, we have developed a programme to encourage riders to attend a 2 hour session prior to their compulsory basic training to deliver information on rider position, basic maintenance, but more importantly about anticipation, and awareness of road dangers. To date 210 young people have taken part. The course is based on constructivism educational approach and uses the C-BOM behaviour change model.