EASST News - Georgia
New citizen-led programme to improve accountability of vehicle inspection centres in Georgia
Partnership for Road Safety launch an online platform to inform and empower citizens to hold vehicle inspection centres in Georgia to account.
March 4, 2020
Fostering regional road safety collaboration
EASST and WHO Europe host regional dialogue to establish national and regional priorities in preparation of the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety in 2020 and renewed global road safety targets for 2030.
December 2, 2019
Towards a new culture of at-work road safety across Georgia
The launch of our EASST Academy Road Safety at Work: Online Course for Managers in Georgian along with company pledges towards a new culture of at-work road safety hopes to reduce road casualties across Georgia.
November 20, 2019
Our new specialised training programme in Georgia looks to reduce road risk posed by waste collection vehicles
Waste collection vehicles pose a unique but serious risk to safety on our roads. Our latest project in Georgia involves working with waste operators to mitigate these risks and make roads safe for everyone.
November 19, 2019
Designing streets for safer speeds
EASST’s Georgian partner Gela Kvashilava represents the region at a formative meeting of NACTO’s Designing streets for safer speeds guide that promises to have local, on-the-ground relevance for reducing speed and saving lives.
November 5, 2019
New infrastructure, better legislation and greater awareness leads to safer school zones across Georgia
Partnership for Road Safety make remarkable progress in their mission to make every school zone in Georgia safe for children traveling to and from school.
June 4, 2019
Then and Now: promoting alternative transport choices for safer and healthier streets in Georgia
To celebrate our 10th anniversary year we’re looking at the impact of our partners’ work on promoting safer roads. Read the story from Georgia.
March 31, 2019
ITF-POLIS Safer City Streets Network for liveable cities
Gela Kvashilava of the Partnership for Road Safety in Georgia and EASST Director Emma MacLennan were among the speakers at the Safer City Street Network’s 4th meeting in London and Manchester, organised by the ITF and POLIS.
December 14, 2018