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1 January 2020 – The Mahindra XUV300 has achieved the highest combined result in Global NCAP’s #SaferCarsForIndia crash tests to date with the highest score in both the adult and child protection categories
18 December 2019 – The 2020 Young Driver Road Safety Awards are now pen for nominations, with entries invited in six categories.
15 December 2019 – The Commonwealth Road Safety Initiative, launched earlier this year during the UN Global Road Safety Week, is developing a framework for road injury prevention in Commonwealth countries aiming to halve deaths and serious injuries from road crashes by 2030.
14 December 2019 – Across 102 countries, the International Road Assessment Programme and its partners have Star Rated over 1 million kilometres of roads, trained nearly 2,999 engineers and influenced over 75 billion dollars worth of safer road investment, in our vision for a world free of high risk roads.
11 December 2019 – FIRE AID Is an UK based NGO which brings together like-minded organisations working to improve post-crash response through donations of equipment and training to emergency services especially to countries with serious road traffic injury problems and limited resources.
10 December 2019 – The Consortium of the SaferAfrica project has received the prestigious Prince Michael International Road Safety Award 2019 for its work in Africa.
10 December 2019 – EASST partner the Belarsian Auto Moto Touring Club (BKA) has won a 2019 Prince Michael International Road Safety Award for their ground-breaking project support by EASST on disability and road safety.
10 December 2019 – Shell India and Vision Spring – Eye Camps initiative, has been honoured with a Royal Award.
10 December 2019 – A pioneering study has led to the establishment of the Highways England led programme RideFree, which aims to improve the safety of young motorcyclists particularly in rural areas. It has now won a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award.
10 December 2019 – GRSP’s Road Policing Capacity Building Programme provides technical expertise to policing agencies in low and middle-income countries.
10 December 2019 – Carnell and Highways England have been presented with a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award in London.
10 December 2019 – A number of initiatives have been honoured with a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award at a ceremony in London. These have been recognised for their contribution to road safety under the Safer Road Users category based on the five pillars of the Global Plan for a Decade of Action.