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Project EDWARD Day 2017

17 January 2017

The road safety campaign day known as Project EDWARD – European Day Without A Road Death planned by TISPOL, the European Traffic Police Network, was a great success last year.

This year it will be on Thursday 21st September 2017.

The organisation continues  to interest policymakers, road safety professionals, politicians, police officers, manufacturers and the general public to raise awareness of the 2020 target to reduce road deaths.

 

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