ROADPOL Joining Hands

With PIARC Italy


viber image 2022 11 22 13 09 13 4481                                    President Zsinkai and Vice-President Deledda (right) looking on as Mrs. Veic and Mr. Valente sign the MoU. PHOTOS: ROADPOLROADPOL and the Italian unit of the World Road Association (PIARC) join efforts to tackle road safety challenges.
The future cooperation between the European Roads Policing Network and PIARC Italy was sealed as a
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed at the recent “Road Safety: Zero Fatalities” conference held in Rome, Italy.

Truck Drivers Using Phone

9% Of Time On The Wheel


5PHOTO: MVR.BG16 NOV - A small-scale observational study in France has found that truck drivers spent an average of 9% of driving time using their mobile phone, the European Transport Safety Council announced.

The research was carried out by the independent research agency Cerema on behalf of the Association of French Motorway Companies (ASFA), and involved installation of internal and external cameras on lorry cabs.

ROADPOL President Elvira Zsinkai:


It's Time To Relaunch The

Police Officer Exchange


It Delivers Closer Operative Cooperation Directly On The Field

HU Elvira Zsinkai Super PhotoPresident Elvira Zsinkai. PHOTOS: POLICE.HU15 NOV - It has been less than two months since Elvira Zsinkai took the lead as president of the European Roads Policing Network.
Zsinkai takes the helm at ROADPOL after years of remarkable and still ongoing career in road policing and after six years of active work within the network. She is shedding light on her vision of ROADPOL's present and future in her first interview as president.

One In Hundred Trucks

Fatally Unfit To Travel


8PHOTO: POLICE.LU11 NOV – One out of a hundred trucks on the European roads is dangerously unfit to travel.

The data came as a result of latest ROADPOL Truck&Bus enforcement operation carried out for a week in October.

2021 Final Figures:

EU Observing Post-Lockdown

Surge In Road Fatalities


iStock 12497912712The spike comes after a significant plunge in 2020. PHOTO: ISTOCK2 NOV - Post-pandemic surge in the number of road fatalities is among the most worrisome data within the European Commission's recently published final figures on road safety for 2021.

The Commission publishеd the final figures in late October, following the publication of the preliminary data in March 2022.