The National Road Traffic Safety Movement will be launched in November under the theme “We will be there”

Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) – The Ministry of Transport has announced that the National Road Traffic Safety Movement will be launched in November under the theme “We will be there”.

The Minister of Transport, Mrs Dagmet’s favor, issued a statement today on the national movement.

In her statement, the Minister called on all stakeholders to do their part, as the participation of all members of the society is crucial in reducing the risk of traffic and the loss of physical and property damage.

The government’s oversight and law enforcement work will continue to be strengthened, he added.

He also said that special attention will be given to problems related to high speed, drunk driving and road infrastructure design, which are the major causes of traffic accidents.

He said road safety is included in the curriculum in the 2013 fiscal year and the preparations are underway to launch a second degree road safety and transport plan.

He also noted that the speed limit is being imposed on vehicles, that the seat belt is enforced and that it is intended to create a safe general public.

He noted that recent implementation of the problem will reduce if society works as a source for the nation’s growth and development.

He also said special attention is being given to updating the driver’s license, vehicle inspection and traffic control through loans secured by the World Bank.

Information from the Ministry has also called on all public bodies, drivers, licensing agencies and the transport service community to make sure that everyone is safe.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) – The Ministry of Transport has announced that the National Road Traffic Safety Movement will be launched in November under the theme “We will be there”.

The Minister of Transport, Mrs Dagmet’s favor, issued a statement today on the national movement.

In her statement, the Minister called on all stakeholders to do their part, as the participation of all members of the society is crucial in reducing the risk of traffic and the loss of physical and property damage.

The government’s oversight and law enforcement work will continue to be strengthened, he added.

He also said that special attention will be given to problems related to high speed, drunk driving and road infrastructure design, which are the major causes of traffic accidents.

He said road safety is included in the curriculum in the 2013 fiscal year and the preparations are underway to launch a second degree road safety and transport plan.

He also noted that the speed limit is being imposed on vehicles, that the seat belt is enforced and that it is intended to create a safe general public.

He noted that recent implementation of the problem will reduce if society works as a source for the nation’s growth and development.

He also said special attention is being given to updating the driver’s license, vehicle inspection and traffic control through loans secured by the World Bank.

Information from the Ministry has also called on all public bodies, drivers, licensing agencies and the transport service community to make sure that everyone is safe.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) – The Ministry of Transport has announced that the National Road Traffic Safety Movement will be launched in November under the theme “We will be there”.

The Minister of Transport, Mrs Dagmet’s favor, issued a statement today on the national movement.

In her statement, the Minister called on all stakeholders to do their part, as the participation of all members of the society is crucial in reducing the risk of traffic and the loss of physical and property damage.

The government’s oversight and law enforcement work will continue to be strengthened, he added.

He also said that special attention will be given to problems related to high speed, drunk driving and road infrastructure design, which are the major causes of traffic accidents.

He said road safety is included in the curriculum in the 2013 fiscal year and the preparations are underway to launch a second degree road safety and transport plan.

He also noted that the speed limit is being imposed on vehicles, that the seat belt is enforced and that it is intended to create a safe general public.

He noted that recent implementation of the problem will reduce if society works as a source for the nation’s growth and development.

He also said special attention is being given to updating the driver’s license, vehicle inspection and traffic control through loans secured by the World Bank.

Information from the Ministry has also called on all public bodies, drivers, licensing agencies and the transport service community to make sure that everyone is safe.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) – The Ministry of Transport has announced that the National Road Traffic Safety Movement will be launched in November under the theme “We will be there”.

The Minister of Transport, Mrs Dagmet’s favor, issued a statement today on the national movement.

In her statement, the Minister called on all stakeholders to do their part, as the participation of all members of the society is crucial in reducing the risk of traffic and the loss of physical and property damage.

The government’s oversight and law enforcement work will continue to be strengthened, he added.

He also said that special attention will be given to problems related to high speed, drunk driving and road infrastructure design, which are the major causes of traffic accidents.

He said road safety is included in the curriculum in the 2013 fiscal year and the preparations are underway to launch a second degree road safety and transport plan.

He also noted that the speed limit is being imposed on vehicles, that the seat belt is enforced and that it is intended to create a safe general public.

He noted that recent implementation of the problem will reduce if society works as a source for the nation’s growth and development.

He also said special attention is being given to updating the driver’s license, vehicle inspection and traffic control through loans secured by the World Bank.

Information from the Ministry has also called on all public bodies, drivers, licensing agencies and the transport service community to make sure that everyone is safe.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) – The Ministry of Transport has announced that the National Road Traffic Safety Movement will be launched in November under the theme “We will be there”.

The Minister of Transport, Mrs Dagmet’s favor, issued a statement today on the national movement.

In her statement, the Minister called on all stakeholders to do their part, as the participation of all members of the society is crucial in reducing the risk of traffic and the loss of physical and property damage.

The government’s oversight and law enforcement work will continue to be strengthened, he added.

He also said that special attention will be given to problems related to high speed, drunk driving and road infrastructure design, which are the major causes of traffic accidents.

He said road safety is included in the curriculum in the 2013 fiscal year and the preparations are underway to launch a second degree road safety and transport plan.

He also noted that the speed limit is being imposed on vehicles, that the seat belt is enforced and that it is intended to create a safe general public.

He noted that recent implementation of the problem will reduce if society works as a source for the nation’s growth and development.

He also said special attention is being given to updating the driver’s license, vehicle inspection and traffic control through loans secured by the World Bank.

Information from the Ministry has also called on all public bodies, drivers, licensing agencies and the transport service community to make sure that everyone is safe.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) – The Ministry of Transport has announced that the National Road Traffic Safety Movement will be launched in November under the theme “We will be there”.

The Minister of Transport, Mrs Dagmet’s favor, issued a statement today on the national movement.

In her statement, the Minister called on all stakeholders to do their part, as the participation of all members of the society is crucial in reducing the risk of traffic and the loss of physical and property damage.

The government’s oversight and law enforcement work will continue to be strengthened, he added.

He also said that special attention will be given to problems related to high speed, drunk driving and road infrastructure design, which are the major causes of traffic accidents.

He said road safety is included in the curriculum in the 2013 fiscal year and the preparations are underway to launch a second degree road safety and transport plan.

He also noted that the speed limit is being imposed on vehicles, that the seat belt is enforced and that it is intended to create a safe general public.

He noted that recent implementation of the problem will reduce if society works as a source for the nation’s growth and development.

He also said special attention is being given to updating the driver’s license, vehicle inspection and traffic control through loans secured by the World Bank.

Information from the Ministry has also called on all public bodies, drivers, licensing agencies and the transport service community to make sure that everyone is safe.

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