EASST, with the support of the FIA Road Safety Grant Program, is working with its local partners to better understand and overcome barriers to walking and cycling in Tashkent, and to raise awareness of the benefits of switching to these more sustainable modes of transport.
EASST joins EBRD-led UNRSC webinar to highlight how meaningful stakeholder engagement before, during, and after major development projects can reduce road risk and have long term road safety benefits.
EASST and AMAK facilitate delivery of the EBRD’s Road Safety Engineering course for road designers, planners and engineers in Azerbaijan – covering the fundamental principles of good road safety engineering and auditing.
With the support of EASST, Young Generation of Tajikistan, and the Safer Roads Foundation, Dushanbe municipal authorities have completely renovated this underpass near to the Zoo in Dushanbe.
EASST marks the beginning of a new project, advocating for 30km/h speed limits around schools and on routes to school.