RoadSafetyUAE.com, an educational platform targeted at the general public in the UAE, has gone live as of today, aiming to be a permanent and broadly communicated knowledge base for road safety content.
The initiative encourages d
The Abu Dhabi Police Traffic and Patrols Directorate has announced that new radars have been installed at eight major roads in Abu Dhabi.
This comes in line with the Directorate’s traffic safety strategy aimed at making road
While much of the Gulf region is developing strategies to improve road safety, a sustained improvement is still a long way off, said an expert.
Introducing a graduated driver licensing scheme will help a sustained reduction of roa
According to the World Bank, road crashes kill 1.2 million people and cripple or injure more than 10 million others every year. In fact, at current rates, traffic accidents will become the fifth leading cause of death globally by 2030, up from 1
The alarming rise in fatal traffic accidents which cause massive losses of human and financial resources will be the focus for the Gulf Traffic Week opening today in Dubai.
The annual event, which runs until March 16, is being hel
3M Gulf, a leader in R&D, will present its range of road safety solutions for complete traffic sign installation and program upgrades at the ongoing Gulf Traffic 2012, a top event for traffic, transport and road safety industries.
Bosch, a leading global supplier of technology and services, is currently rolling out the series production of its new ESP (Electronic Stability Program) plus.
With this version of Generation 9, many safety and assistance functions in addi
Dubai Police, in partnership with FastFit, an express “one-stop-shop” automotive servicing solution, has launched a campaign to ensure safe tyres during the summer throughout the emirate.
FastFit, with particular expertise in tyres and bat
Bahrain’s police have launched a crackdown on quad bikes following a string of complaints from motorists and pedestrians.
Legal action will be taken against people caught riding them on highways and in residential areas and offenders also
Bahrain will join the rest of the region in marking the 13th Arab Traffic Week, which will kick off tomorrow (May 4).
The campaign is being held under the theme "Until When" and aims to prevent more accidents and spread awareness about roa