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TISPOL seeks support from all road users for Project EDWARD: European Day Without A Road Death – Wednesday 19 September 2018

Published Mon, 17/09/2018 - 05:37

  • On average, 70 people still die every day on Europe’s roads
  • Every road death prevented has an estimated value of more than £1.75 million (€1.94 million)
  • Drivers, riders, pedestrians and all other road users are encouraged to sign the pledge at projectedward.eu/pledge and spread the word on social media using #ProjectEDWARD

 

EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK 2018: Mixing transport modes to improve quality of life

Published Fri, 14/09/2018 - 16:21

This Sunday the European Commission launches for the 17th time EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK, its flagship campaign that runs from 16 – 22 September annually with the aim to improve quality of life by promoting clean mobility and sustainable urban transport. Over 2,400 towns and cities from 50 countries will hold events to mark this year’s celebration, giving people the opportunity to explore the role of mobility in their daily lives and to experiment with clean transport modes. EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK culminates in the trademark car-free day.

At least 16 dead in Bulgarian bus crash

Published Mon, 27/08/2018 - 08:41

Our sympathies are with the families of those involved in the recent Bulgarian bus crash. Lates repiorts show at least 16 people were killed and another 26 were injured when a tourist bus flipped over on a highway near the capital Sofia.

Police said a bus carrying tourists on a weekend trip to a nearby resort overturned and then fell down onto a side road 20 metres below the highway. 

The accident happened at 5:10pm (local time) on Saturday about 20 kilometres north of Sofia.

Ambulances rushed to the scene and took the injured to Sofia hospitals. 

Self-employed drivers and couriers are at a “heightened risk” of being involved in a road traffic collision, according to a new study

Published Tue, 21/08/2018 - 12:05

Gig economy drivers more likely to be involved in traffic collisions
Self-employed drivers and couriers are at a “heightened risk” of being involved in a road traffic accident, according to a new study.

A survey of gig economy drivers and couriers carried out for a new report by the University College London’s Centre for Transport Studies found two in five (42%) reported that their vehicle had been damaged as a result of a collision while working.

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