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We increase road traffic safety – new regulations

We increase road traffic safety – new regulations
24.11.2020

Unifying the speed limit in built-up areas regardless of the time of day, increasing the scope of pedestrian protection in the pedestrian crossing area, the obligation to exercise particular caution by pedestrians and regulating the issue of the safe distan...

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World Road Traffic Victims Remembrance Day

World Road Traffic Victims Remembrance Day
16.11.2020

On November 15, 2020, in Zabawa near Tarnów, the annual World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims was held, organized by the National Road Safety Council, the Motor Transport Institute, the "Przejście" association and the Center for Initiatives for ...

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You deserve to come home safely!

You deserve to come home safely!
28.10.2020

A threat to pedestrian safety at pedestrian crossings, the need for drivers to comply with the limit of 50 km / h per hour in built-up areas, as well as making vehicle drivers aware of the consequences of exceeding the speed limits on the roads - these issu...

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Over 25 million EU funding to improve pedestrian safety

Over 25 million EU funding to improve pedestrian safety
09.10.2020

On October 8, CUPT concluded an agreement with the Minister of Infrastructure, the Secretariat of the National Road Safety Council, for EU funding for educational activities to improve pedestrian safety and reduce vehicle speeding. Educational activities...

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ROAD SAFETY DAYS European Mobility Week

ROAD SAFETY DAYS European Mobility Week
16.09.2020

On 16-22 September 2020, during the European Mobility Week, an action called ROAD SAFETY DAYS will be carried out in all European countries. These activities are coordinated by the European Road Traffic Police Organization ROADPOL and supported, inter alia,...

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Why are motorcyclists dying?

Why are motorcyclists dying?
31.05.2020

Statistics show that the main causes of road accidents caused by motorcyclists are failure to give right-of-way and incorrect lane changes. It is worth being aware of this.

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