Road Safety in Kazakhstan
Our local road safety partners
Common Road NGO was formed in 2013 and launched their road safety activities in accordance with the new Road Traffic Law of Kazakhstan in April 2014. The NGO supports the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety and the National Programme of Development ‘Kazakhstan 2050’. They work closely with the State Road Traffic Police and have been an EASST partner since 2014. Common Road currently have two main projects: ‘Safety Car Almaty’ and ‘Be Visible at Night’.
Kazakhstan Road Safety Facts
There are on average 3983 road fatalities every year.
5% road victims remain permanently disabled.
74% road fatalities are male.
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Kazakhstan Road Safety News
EASST partner, Common Road NGO, visit four cities across Kazakhstan to raise awareness of road safety and call on local authorities to improve road safety infrastructure for children.
EASST and our Kazakh Partner, Common Road, recently spent a week in Aktobe promoting the EASST Road Safety Education Pack.
During recent visits to rural villages in Kazakhstan EASST’s local partner, the Common Road, highlight the importance of children’s road safety.
EASST’s Kazakh partners have been identifying local road safety needs as part of the EBRD’s South West Corridor Road Rehabilitation project.
EASST partners from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan take part in the CAREC Road Safety Workshop to encourage regional road safety cooperation.
EASST assists with the organisation and delivery of three sub-regional workshops on ‘’Road Safety Fundamentals and Interventions’’.