07/03/2018. Guardia Civil Traffic Police in Murcia intercepted a bus driver when transporting 54 students, with a level of alcohol almost two times above the legal level permitted. In highway RM-15, Traffic Police Officers intercepted a bus driver when driving the vehicle under the influence of alcohol and transporting 54 passengers on board. In this case, Public involvement was crucial because citizens who observed how the driver was drinking alcohol few minutes before to start driving the bus alerted Guardia Civil Operations Centre.
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Police operation: seatbelt enforcement checks to take place across Europe this week
Police officers across Europe will be warning drivers they are risking their lives by not wearing seatbelts. Vehicle occupants who do not wear their seatbelt will be issued with a penalty. The action is part of a week-long operation coordinated by TISPOL, the European Traffic Police Network, and taking place throughout next week.
Lithuanian police officers last week launched a series of robust control measures against distracted driving and using of mobile phones while driving. Dozens of driver licences have been seized.
To help reduce the number of people killed and injured on Lithuanian’s roads, the police have launched a campaign reminding drivers not to use a mobile phone whilst behind the wheel. At the same time, forces have carried out targeted operations to catch traffic offenders.
Congratulations from the Lithuanian Traffic Police on a very snowy International Women's Day! March 8 was suggested by the 1910 International Women's Conference in New York to become an "International Woman's Day". This day commemorates the movement for women's rights - to live free from violence, slavery, and discrimination; to be educated; to own property; to vote; and to earn a fair and equal wage, and actually the right to drive.
More than 8,000 children aged 0-14 years have been killed in road traffic collisions over the last ten years in the European Union, new data show. Half of the children killed were travelling in cars, a third were walking and 13% were cycling, according to a report published today by the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC).
One in every 13 child deaths in the European Union occurs as a result of a road collision.