Polish facts and recommendations:


In 2019 on the roads of lubelski region occured 1150 road accidents, in which 171 people were killed and 1244 injured. Those statistics include accidents with motorcycles and bikes.
The main causes of traffic accidents are still the same: inadequate speed to traffic conditions, incorrect overtaking or forcing the right of way.  During last year 120 motorcycles took part in the road accidents. 12 motorcyclists died on the roads of lubelski region and 102 were injured. Drinking motorcyclists were involved in the 8 accidents. The main reason for accidents caused by motorcyclists was too high speed . Despite the current situation and the outbreak of the coronavirus, we must remember about road safety and proper road behaviour.


CROATIA: no excuse on the roads. Increased traffic control in the Police Directorate Koprivnica-Križevci after the easing of epidemiological measure.


As part of the mitigation of epidemiological measures introduced in Croatia in March 2020 with the aim of preventing the spread of the infectious disease COVID-19, on 11 May 2020 cafes, bars and restaurants re-opened and people were allowed to leave their residence without a permit. This meant an increased frequency of traffic and an increase of drivers violating traffic regulations. To ensure optimal safety for all road traffic participants, Police Directorate Koprivnica-Križevci amplify traffic control, in particular speed control, driver alcohol and drug testing, control off seat belt and mobile phone use and control off recidivist.

Croatian news

 Hungarian Day of Transport


IMG 20200514 WA0011"The Day of Transport Culture" was held 11 May 2020 in Hungary. Since 2015 it is a day when various events, activities try to raise public awarness of diversity, beauty and techincal achievements of transport as well as the importance of safety-conscious, tolerant, attentive behaviour on road, rail, water and air traffic.

Unfortunately this year was different because of the pandemic situation but Hungarian Police wanted to express their gratitude for those who have to hold on in this hard situation and have to transport people and essential foodstuff inside and outside the country. That is why police officers surprised truck, train and bus drivers all around the country with small gifts and said thank you for their work involving the travelling citizens in this project.
On this day handclapping was not just for healthcare workers but also for these everyday heroes. 👏



Enforcement measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic available on the ECR Euro Contrôle Route website

kopie 007Enforcement measures are being taken to ensure that the logistic-lifelines during the COVID-19 crisis run as smoothly and undisturbed as possible. After all, the timely provision of necessities is crucial during the crisis.

Following the important and substantial number of notifications of temporary derogations from the driving and resting time legislation, justified by the COVID-19 outbreak, the European Commission has compiled this information in a dedicated table click here.

Furthermore, useful information is available on the IRU International Road Union website.

The above-mentioned websites are frequently updated with the issuing organisations.



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