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New traffic law in Cambodia given Senate and Royal endorsement

20 January 2015

Follow up story to article published December 8

In continued reporting on efforts to assist with the passage of the new Land Traffic Law which aims to improve the safety on Cambodia's notoriously dangerous roads, following the December approval of the final chapters of the law by the National Assembly, two further important and final steps have been taken: Senate approval and endorsement by the Royal King.

These final steps which took place on 30 December 2014 and 9 January 2015 respectively, clear the path for implementation and enforcement of the new laws.

Road safety: a shared responsibility for all of us

12 January 2015

Media Release from Global Road Safety Partnership South Africa (GRSP ZA)

While the recently released road traffic crash statistics for the 2014-2015 festive season show a marginal decline from the corresponding figures of the 2013-2014 season, they still make for grim reading. According to the figures released by Minister Dipuo Peters on 9 January 2015, during the festive period spanning 1 December 2014 to 5 January 2015; a total of 1,118 fatal crashes with 1,368 fatalities were registered. The comparable figures for
the same period in 2013-2014 were 1,147 and 1,376. This indicates a marginal

Algerian delegates assess their EuroMed Road Safety Pilot Project

29 December 2014


Continuing the series of country workshops in the EuroMed Road Safety project, on December 11, two delegates representing Algerian police and civil defence travelled to Beirut for a full day workshop to review the progress of their national pilot project.

The internal review tool developed in cooperation with IFRC PMer department was presented to the delegates, and with assistance from GRSP experts, it was adapted to their EuroMed Road Safety Pilot project 'Controlling Speed in the Wilaya of Setif'.

Setif, an eastern wilaya located in eastern Algeria, ranks second in terms of