Month: April 2017

ROAD SAFETY NEWS OF THE WEEK

Last week, the Portuguese government approved the National Strategic Road Safety Plan (PENSE 2020), which includes more than a hundred measures focused on cutting road deaths in half by 2020. A state-wide texting while driving ban was approved by the Texas House of Representatives and is going to the Senate.

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Technology Solutions to Address 14 Road Safety Challenges

By using the latest technologies, the private sector can make a significant impact to ensure their operations, fleets, and drivers are safe during every transport journey.

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Cars Are Getting Safer For Occupants, But What About Everyone Else?

Cars are getting safer every day, in part thanks to advocacy by all sectors. But as vehicles continue to get safer for their occupants, what effect does that safety have on other road users?

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ROAD SAFETY NEWS OF THE WEEK

Last week, India passed the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill 2016, a milestone for road safety in the country. The Irish Garda began to use new devices that allow them to test drivers’ saliva for the presence of illegal drugs.

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ROAD SAFETY NEWS OF THE WEEK

Last week, India banned the sale of alcohol along national highways. Mothers Against Drunk Driving lobbied for Ignition Interlock Devices for first-time driving under the influence offenders in Montana.

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