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Safe Crossings project featured in the Guardian

An article about our road safety project was published in the Guardian.  

New research paper published

In July, our research paper ‘An evaluation of speed management measures in Bangladesh based upon alternative accident recording, speed measurements and DOCTOR traffic conflict observations’ was published in Transport Research Part F.  The paper describes in detail the impact we...

Safe Crossings at Road Safety on 5 Continents

On May 18th, Safe Crossings presented the findings of the pilot project in Bangladesh on the conference ‘ Road Safety on 5 Continents’. This conference, which will took place in Brazil, is a key event for road safety professionals around the...

Community project puts a dent in crash fatality numbers (Dhaka Tribune)

Today the results of the Safe Crossings project were featured in the Dhaka Tribune, one of the leading newspapers in Bangladesh. The full article can be found here: http://www.dhakatribune.com/bangladesh/2016/may/15/community-project-puts-dent-crash-fatality-numbers  

Safe Crossings becomes member of the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety

Safe Crossings has become member of the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety. The Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety acts as a forum where NGOs who are working on road safety can share knowledge and collectively advocate...

Pilot project is a success – 60% reduction!

After extensive research, consisting of speed analysis (both at project locations and control locations), video analyses for near accidents and collecting data from own record keepers, we can conclude that our N2 project in Bangladesh has resulted in a reduction...

Coverage on Bangladesh television

     

Construction completed in all locations

Construction of all interventions has been completed in all 3 locations (Nilkuthi, Namapara and Kunderpara). Busbays, speed humps, pedestrian crossings and sign boards have all been installed successfully. We are very satisfied that during construction no road crashes happened (due...

Dhaka Tribune report

The Bangladesh newspaper Dhaka Tribune published an article on the success of the road safety project of Safe Crossings and CIPRB in Bangladesh.

Start of education program

As part of the Safe Crossings program school children receive practical training about safe road behaviour and how they can travel from and to school safely. Together with their teacher they practice the key lessons for safe behaviour in a...