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RBS staff raises money for Safe Crossings

To support the work of Safe Crossings, staff of RBS London organised a fundraising event to collect money and raise awareness about the urgency to improve road safety in developing countries. Thanks to this support we can provide rickshaw drivers with...
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Fred Wegman and Peter Blom join Board of Advisors

We are very pleased that Fred Wegman and Peter Blom have joined the Board of Advisors of Safe Crossings. Prof. ir. Fred Wegman is professor of Traffic Safety at the Delft University of Technology and former Managing Director of the...
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Partner organisation CIPRB receives training from Dutch research expert

As part of our co-operation with Road Safety for All, dr. ir. Richard van der Horst has given a week-long training in Bangladesh. He trained road safety professionals from both our implementation partner CIPRB and other stakeholders such as the...
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CIPRB becomes implementation partner in Bangladesh

Safe Crossings has selected the Centre of Injury Prevention and Research Bangladesh (CIPRB) as implementation partnet for its road safety project in Bangladesh. CIPRB combines experience in implementing  community programs with strong research capabilities. As advisory committee, chaired by professor...
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Safe Crossings and Road Safety for All start partnership on road safety research

Road Safety for All and Safe Crossings have agreed an cooperation whereby Road Safety for All will act as a scientific advisor to Safe Crossings on its Bangladesh road safety project. All partners of Road Safety for All have extensive experience in research, consultancy...
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Grontmij and Safe Crossings cooperate to create a sustainable road safety solution in Bangladesh

Grontmij, the third largest engineering consultancy firm in Europe, is assisting Safe Crossings to design a sustainable road safety solution that can be used in Bangladesh to save the lives of many people, particularly children and poor people. The cooperation...
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The Guardian – The world’s deadliest road

The N2 highway in Bangladesh, where Safe Crossings is planning to start its pilot projects, is mentioned as one of the world’s deadliest roads by the Guardian. Read the article
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