Vehicles To Be Weighed During

Safe Holiday Operation

 

Gendarmerie Y Guradia CivilJoint actions are considered to be most effective. PHOTO:GENDARMERIE.FR

14 JUN - Vehicle weighing will be аmong the features of 2021 ROADPOL Safe Holiday Operation.

This opportunity will be made available by Luxembourg police, who are also planning a common campaign with the national automobile club (ACL) to inform the people how to travel safe this season and especially how to secure their homes to prevent burglaries while gone on vacation. Within the frame of the “Great Region” police forces in Germany, France and Luxembourg will organize a joint common day (10th of July) during which specific traffic checks will be made in view of the holiday season.

New Enforcement Technologies

Topic Of 2021 ROADPOL Seminar

SeminarThis year's seminar will be held online.

14 JUN - Six reputable presenters from a wide range of fields concerning road safety will attend the 2021 ROADPOL Seminar, the ultimately confirmed program shows.

Poland Bans Phone

Use When Crossing

 

95215561 2907226072645912 8520617199981821952 oPHOTO: POLICJA.PL26 MAY - Poland is set to prohibit pedestrians from using a phone when crossing.

This comes as a result of changes to the Traffic regulation scheduled to come into force as soon as 1st June 2021. The changes also grant full priority to crossing pedestrians.

Truck speeding a chronic problem,

ROADPOL operation shows

 

TruckBus BGThe operation was the second out of four planned for 2021. PHOTO: MVR.BG10 JUN - Truck speeding continues to be a chronic problem, results of ROADPOL Truck&Bus Operation show.

The campaign, carried out from the 10th till the 16th of May, focused on the control of commercial goods and passenger transport. During the operation 187.308 trucks and 43.389 buses were checked in as much as 18 ROADPOL member countries. 36.538 violations were found (trucks: 33.400, buses: 3.138).

ROADPOL Joins 7 Organizations To call For

30 km/h Limit Where People And Cars Mix

 

2756e40d 5bed 42b9 a1bd 22d9134b5bd5PHOTO: POLIISI.FI

21 MAY - ROADPOL joined seven other organizations in a call for strong EU action to tackle speeding in the forthcoming European Parliament Road Safety Own Initiative Report.

“We are writing to you to appeal for your strong support for EU action to tackle the main cause of road deaths on Europe’s roads: inappropriate speed”, states the joint letter of ROADPOL, European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), European Federation of Road Traffic Victims (FEVR), POLIS Network -Cities and Regions for Transport Innovation, Eurocities, International Federation of Pedestrians, European Cyclists Federation (ECF) and the European Transport Workers’ Federation.