Worldwide support for Global Road Safety Week


The Road Safety Partnership South Africa (RSP-SA) is marking the UN’s 6th Global Road Safety Partnership this week by supporting the #Love30 campaign.


The RSP is encouraged to see that many road safety organisations within South Africa and around the world are undertaking initiatives throughout May to bring attention to road safety and the call to lower speed limits which is the theme of the week this year.


The RSP-SA says within South Africa the organisation will be joining the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) in their initiative on 21 and 22 May. “The RTMC will be hosting activations in Gauteng, the Northern Cape and the Western Cape. Through these activations the body hopes to share the message of how lower speed limits can reduce the crashes and fatalities on our roads.


“In particular, the activities will be focusing on schools and universities and the importance of lowering speed limits where students are both drivers and pedestrians. A pedestrian crossing will also be painted at a school in need of a safe place to cross.”


Road safety organisations across the world have their own activities to promote Global Road Safety week and the #Love30 campaign. “Many of these events will take place as webinars that individuals can join. If you would like to add your voice to the movement, register for some of the below webinars.”  







World Resources Institute / World Bank’s Global Road Safety Facility


Official Launch of the Low-Speed Zone Guide: Empowering Communities to Manage Speed


20 May 2021

09:00 EST


International Transport Forum


Road Safety and Security in the Age of New Mobility 


20 May 2021

11:00 CEST


European Commission, Portugal, ETSC


Looking Ahead to 2030: A New Global Decade of Road Safety Action in Portugal, the EU and Africa 


20 May 2021

12:00 CEST


20’s Plenty for Us


How countries are setting 20mph or 30km/h limits as a national urban default 


20 May 2021

15:30 CEST


National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)


Virtual Roundtable: A Safe System Approach to Traffic Safety


20 May 2021

12 EDT




The RSP-SA is gratified to see the support the 6th UN Global Road Safety Week is garnering worldwide. “Our hope is that once this week is over, we can continue to work together to bring about global change to road safety,” says the RSP-SA. is an award-winning Digital Media, Marketing, and Advertising Company est. 2015, is a Member of the Independent Media Association of South Africa (IMASA), and Brand South Africa's Play Your Part Ambassadors, with a global reach of over 10 million

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