Road Safety in Georgia
Our local road safety partner
We support road safety in Georgia through our local partners, the Partnership for Road Safety, a non-profit organisation that promotes road safety and sustainable urban transport through research, advocacy, educational and awareness raising projects. It was established in 2006 with support of the FIA Foundation, the British Council and local Georgian organisations concerned with the growing number of road traffic crashes and fatalities.
Awareness raising campaigns and targeted stakeholder engagement through multi-pronged approaches are at the core of their approach. The Partnership for Road Safety in Georgia has conducted numerous wide-scale projects and campaigns, including providing road safety education to over 100 local schools and offering technical expertise and policy advice to municipalities in the development of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans to improve public transport, promote walking and cycling, and support mobility of vulnerable populations.
The advocacy work of the Partnership is carried out in close coordination with local organisations active in the field of urban mobility and sustainability, such as the Alliance for Safe Roads, Iare Pehkit, Tbilisi Bicycle Club, Urban Lab and others. Together they co-organise regular civic actions on urban liveability, pedestrian and cyclist safety and engage with national and local level stakeholders, advocating for the necessary legal and administrative adjustments in line with meeting the goals of the transport-related objectives of the EU Association Agreement.
Partnership for Road Safety were a founding member of EASST. Its founder, Gela Kvashilava, is now a lead consultant on road safety for the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and a member of the Board of Directors of the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety.
Georgia Road Safety Facts
Drivers and/or passengers of HGVs account for 6% all road deaths.
80% drivers and front seat passengers wear seat belts.
There are on average 514 road fatalities every year.
Partnership for Road Safety
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Georgia Road Safety News
Road safety training for couriers that use Glovo in Tbilisiby EASST | December 17, 2021 | Georgia, News, Occupational Road Safety Management
Glovo has teamed up with EASST and Partnership for Road Safety to deliver road safety training workshops for the couriers that use the app in Tbilisi.View News
Raising awareness of asbestos risks in vehicle brake pads in Georgiaby EASST | January 13, 2021 | Georgia, News, Sustainable Mobility
60% of brake-pads sold on the market in Georgia contain asbestos. Partnership for Road Safety have been working to raise awareness of the asbestos-related risks when it comes to environmental pollution and road safety.View News
Sustainable Tourism, Road Safety and Post-COVID developmentby EASST | July 10, 2020 | Georgia, Greece, News, Sustainable Mobility
Our latest blog discusses the need to build back better when it comes to sustainable tourism and how this links to road safety, active mobility and clean transport.View News
New citizen-led programme to improve accountability of vehicle inspection centres in Georgiaby EASST | March 4, 2020 | Georgia, News, Road Safety Governance and Capacity Building
Partnership for Road Safety launch an online platform to inform and empower citizens to hold vehicle inspection centres in Georgia to account.View News
Fostering regional road safety collaborationby EASST | December 2, 2019 | Georgia, News, Road Safety Governance and Capacity Building
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.View News
Towards a new culture of at-work road safety across Georgiaby EASST | November 20, 2019 | Georgia, News, Occupational Road Safety Management
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.View News
Our new specialised training programme in Georgia looks to reduce road risk posed by waste collection vehiclesby EASST | November 19, 2019 | Georgia, News, Occupational Road Safety Management
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.View News
Georgia Road Safety Resources
Service your car, and take care of the environment!
Technically malfunctioning vehicles worsen air pollution and endanger public health with the emission of toxic substances. Video by Partnership for Road Safety. (2018)
Service your car, drive safely!
According to international research, road accidents are often caused by technical malfunctioning. Video by Partnership for Road Safety. (2018)
UNECE Road Safety Performance Review: Georgia
This UNECE Road Safety Performance Review was developed with the support of EASST partners Partnership for Road Safety.