Data & Digital Innovation

The private sector’s innovative spirit, creative thinking, and nimbleness has the potential to accelerate road safety and develop sustainable solutions.

Together for Safer Roads is dedicated to making it an imperative for all companies to invest in road safety through evidence-based policies, which utilize data-driven decision making and intelligent technologies.

By collaborating with the broader road safety community, Together for Safer Roads’ investment in public-private partnerships shape policies, drive behaviors, and chart defined, impactful, and practical paths to change.

We  play a leading voice for change on:

  • Safer Companies and Fleets
  • Safer Cities
  • Safer Road Tech
  • Safer Behaviors


Together for Safer Roads and its members, including Anheuser-Busch, support the City of New York’s Connected Vehicle Pilot

During the launch of the United Nations’ Fifth Global Road Safety Week in May 2019, international leaders held a briefing to recognize New York City’s leadership in Vision Zero and pledge their support for it. Together for Safer Roads member Anheuser-Busch has equipped its local fleet with connected vehicle technology to test driver alerts and other safety measures.

Providing Access to Sustainable, Road Safety Solutions: The Global Opportunity Explorer

Together for Safer Roads partnered with Sustainia, DNV GL, and the United Nations Global Compact to provide road safety solutions to cities and businesses globally. Through the Global Opportunity Explorer, partners are helping government officials and business leaders navigate innovative approaches and solutions to address Sustainable Development Goal 3 - Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages, and Sustainable Development Goal 11 - Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable.

Investing in Road Safety: A Global Imperative for the Private Sector

With the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety, the private sector has an opportunity to drive a groundswell of meaningful cross-sector action. Companies can help save millions of lives, strengthen communities in which they do business, help build resilient economies, and in the process, improve their operations and long-term prospects.

Together for Safer Roads’ Expert Panel assessed progress since the United Nations General Assembly established the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety in 2010, identified gaps, and discussed the role of the private sector in advancing road safety.


Road safety has been recognized as an increasing public health burden that disproportionately affects low- and middle-income countries. In response, in 2010 the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety to reduce the projected deaths from road traffic crashes by 50 percent by 2020.

Some of Together for Safer Roads’ member companies collaborated to examine how the private sector can contribute to this goal by exploring the shared knowledge, experience, and expertise of companies who maintain global fleets and highlighting some examples of road safety best practices.

Friends of TSR

Together for Safer Roads collaborates with non-governmental organizations, government entities, and academic institutions to accelerate new solutions in road safety.