France Rolls Out Fresh Anti-Drug

Campaign As Fatalities Soar


1920x1080 03`                      The video emphasizes on the loss of reflexes by a person under the influence of drugs. PHOTO: SECURITE-ROUTIERE.GOUV.FR15 NOV - “It can be fatal”. This is the slogan of a fresh anti-drug-driving campaign planned by the French road safety authority.

The goal is to make motorists aware of the consequences of drug use. The latter has been the cause to an increasing number of road crashes in France.

Support For Garda In Push

For More Speed Cameras


Motorway Average Speed Safety Camera                                                 According to RSA average speed cameras on motorways lead to over 95% speed limit compliance rate. PHOTO: GARDA.IE15 NOV - ROADPOL member Garda Siochana received a strong support in its push for more static speed cameras on Irish roads.

Irish Road Safety Authority (RSA) chairwoman Liz O’Donnell has endorsed Garda's plan to introduce more average speed cameras and has vowed to support its fight for 20% speed cameras budget increase.

ROADPOL President Heading Jury At

First Slovakian Road Police Competition


IMG 0977ROADPOL President Elvira Zsinkai granting trophies after the competition. PHOTOS: MINV.SK8 NOV - ROADPOL President Elviza Zsinkai was the chairman of the jury of the first Road Police Competition in the history of Slovakian Police.

For the first time the Traffic Police Department of the Presidium of Slovakian Police together with the Secondary Vocational Police School in Pezinok organized an international competition of traffic police officers called „Trafficpol Race 2023“.

ROADPOL Catches 40 000

Using Phone Behind Wheel


2023081819044219610Mobile phone use was controlled by officer intervention and cameras. PHOTO: POLITIE.NL10 NOV - 39.504 drivers were found using hand-held mobile devices while driving during ROADPOL's latest enforcement action across Europe.

Тhe operation under the Focus On The Road stamp was carried out in October by members of the European Roads Policing Network and targeted prohibited use of mobile phones, other technical devices and other forms of distraction.

Self-driving Cars To Remain Exotic Until 2035


slt update apr 2023 hero test1                      Despite some incidents Cruise self-driving taxis keep moving around the streets of San Francisco. PHOTO: GETCRUISE.COM23 OCT - Self-driving cars are unlikely to be widely used at least until 2035 according to an analysis by consulting company "Standard and Poor's Global" (S&P Global).

It is unlikely that people will soon start buying cars "that will go anywhere without being driven by a driver", says the report.