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Save our Lives

12 September 2012

 Europe faces annually over 34.000 road fatalities. The number of fatalities in the programme area Central Europe Space (CEUS) is higher than in other European regions and has increased in the past years. Therefore, the “European Road Safety Charter” (www.erscharter.eu) aims to decrease the number of road crashes by 50% in the midterm, which the project   Save our Lives (SOL) – A Comprehensive Road Safety Strategy for Central Europe“ supports.


The main goal of the project is to promote sustainable mobility and increase awareness for safety issues as well as contributing to the achievement of higher quality of living conditions.

The approach of SOL sees  (Road-Safety) within the context of sustainable mobility, i.e. to make walking and cycling safe and to promote a model shift from the private car to public transport. SOL unites some of the most competent RS organizations from CEUS and worldwide
 

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