Road Safety in Moldova
Our local road safety partners
The Automobile Club of Moldova (ACM) is an NGO created in 1998 with the goal to develop motoring, technical road assistance service and motor tourism. Since 1999, the АСМ has been a member of the Alliance Internationale de Tourisme (AIT) and Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) which includes more than 100 motor clubs and tourist associations around the world.
EASST’s work in Moldova began in 2009 with the launch of a Make Roads Safe Campaign with the ACM, EASST former Chairman Lord Dubs, and senior members of the Moldovan government hosted by the World Bank Country Office. This led to the creation of a new National Road Safety Council chaired by the Prime Minister and involving key ministers and the traffic police. The new Council produced a National 5-Year Plan to improve road safety in Moldova. Former President of the ACM, Serghei Diaconu, was appointed Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs in 2013. With Mr. Diaconu, the ACM is working to reduce the number of road deaths in Moldova and improve road safety across the country via a multitude of projects and campaigns.
Moldova Road Safety Facts
There are on average 437 road fatalities every year.
1.9% of GDP is lost due to road traffic collisions.
12% road deaths in Moldova involve alcohol.
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Moldova Road Safety News
The Automobile Club of Moldova join new partnership to improve road safety capacity and infrastructure in the Danube region.
Fire fighters from Chisinau and Tiraspol enjoy a week of intensive training in the UK provided by East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.
At a meeting of the Road Safety Parliamentary Platform last week, it was agreed that the EASST Road Safety Education Pack would be introduced as part of the national curriculum in Moldova.
EASST joins exclusive panel on the importance of child health and mobility at the Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Development in Bonn.
The ACM’s Tatiana Mihailova joins NACTO as a Knowledge-Exchange Fellow to extend the geographical range of their Global Designing Cities methodology across the EASST region.