'Let’s talk about Road Safety’

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Jun 05, 2015

A Community Engagement initiative, aimed at encouraging all stakeholders to participate and spread the message of Road Safety

The campaign aims to engage and collaborate with all key stakeholders - such as HUDA, RTA, PWD, MCG, hospitals, schools, corporates and the Hotels and Bars Association - to jointly address and promote Road Safety. The campaign was unveiled by Satish Chandra, IAS, Member - Finance, NHAI and S.S. Kapur, IPS, ADG CID, Haryana. Also present at the function were Ms Bharti Arora - IPS, Joint Commissioner of Police, Traffic, Gurgaon and Saurabh Singh - IPS, Joint Commissioner of Police, HQ. Ms Arora highlighted critical road safety issues in Gurgaon, current traffic scenario and the plans ahead (including the campaign). She said, “Road safety is critical to everyone, and to make our city roads safer it’s important that people to participate in this endeavour. The ‘Let’s talk about Road safety’ campaign aims to encourage and involve all stakeholders to talk about responsible behaviour and Road Safety. It’s our responsibility to make Gurgaon a safe and responsible city.” A movie created by the Gurgaon Traffic Police on Road Safety, along with various stakeholders like doctors, lawyers, auto drivers, truck drivers, road victims, children, cyclist groups, Road Safety Officers (RSOs) and Women Safety Officers (WSOs), was released at the event. The campaign will be promoted at schools and colleges, as it is most important that the future generations develop a sense of civic and social responsibility and positive citizenship. Hospitals will need to ensure the best possible emergency response and care at accident scenes and while transferring accident victims to hospital/trauma care centres. Cinemas would run video clips on Road Safety, and corporates would sensitise their employees on Road Safety as well as participate in awareness campaigns and drives. RTAs would undertake exhaustive checks before issuing permits, and conduct periodic checks.  As a part of this campaign, the Road Safety mascot, ‘Traffic Tau’, will be seen engaging with commuters and promoting the message of Road Safety on the roads, and will provide a helping hand to the Gurgaon Traffic Police.u 


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