ROAD SAFETY NEWS OF THE WEEK
Last week, Together for Safer Roads promoted traffic safety with AB InBev in Shanghai for the fourth year in a row. Additionally, progress has been made through safety legislation, yet, traffic crashes remain the leading cause of death for children and young adults. Check out these and other top news stories in our Road Safety News of the Week.*
- AB InBev Promotes Traffic Safety Together With Local Governments
With four years of concentrated efforts, the TSR pilot project has already yielded enormous results, and AB InBev will continue to work closely with Shanghai traffic police to positively contribute to China’s road traffic safety landscape.
- Traffic Deaths Continue to Climb Worldwide, But Per Capita Rate Has Stabilized, WHO Says
Progress has been made through safety legislation, better vehicle design, and greater access to emergency medical care, the organization says. Yet, traffic crashes remain the leading cause of death for children and young adults.
- Reinforcing Road Safety Measures Could Save Lives
Uganda is far from attaining the set goals of the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety; considerably reducing the forecast level of road fatalities by 2020.
- How Wearable Devices Can Help Improve Performance and Safety in a Fleet
Smart wearable devices may dramatically impact the future of trucking industry by playing a key role in fleet safety.
* The opinions expressed in the articles are for informational purposes and do not necessarily reflect TSR and its members’ views.