EASST News - Armenia
Advancing 30km/h School Speed Zones in Armenia, Moldova, and Georgia
With the support of the FIA Foundation Advocacy Hub, we have been working with our local partners in Armenia, Moldova, and Georgia towards securing policy change commitments to reduce speed limits to 30 km/h around schools.
February 24, 2022
Yerevan authorities reduce urban speed limits to save lives
City authorities in Yerevan, Armenia have passed a new law lowering urban speed limits by 10km/h. This will serve as a pilot, with a view to reducing speed limits across the whole country.
August 4, 2020
Putting an end to dangerous re-fuelling practices in Armenia
Following a report on the dangers of using natural gas in vehicles by EASST partner, Poghos Shahinyan, the Armenian Government is taking action in ensure checks and balances are in place to make re-fuelling safe.
January 7, 2020
Lower speeds and safer fleets are coming to make Gyumri’s roads safer
Our latest visit to Armenia includes first of its kind fleet safety management training and a commitment to action to reduce speeds around schools.
November 22, 2019
Improving pedestrian safety in the historic city of Gyumri, Armenia
With support from the EBRD Shareholder Special Fund, the National Road Safety Council of Armenia has been working with EASST experts to build capacity in road engineering and improve safety for non-motorised road users in the city.
July 9, 2019
Then and Now: National Road Safety Council as a key player for road safety in Armenia.
To celebrate our 10th anniversary year, each month we will be sharing a news story from our archive and finding out how the story has developed over the years. This month, we’re looking at the National Road Safety Council of Armenia.
January 10, 2019
UNECE and Georgian Ministry of Economy host regional road safety discussions
How to improve road safety management, regulation and strategic development was on the agenda in Tbilisi at a regional meeting jointly hosted by the Ministry of Economy & Sustainable Development and the UNECE.
November 30, 2018