2011-2020 – Decade of Action for Road Safety

10 years – 10 posters – 10 messages – 10 lessons

2011

Let’s make 2011-2020 a Decade to remember!

United to improve crash prevention, investigation and victim services.

2012

Now is the time to learn from the past

2013

Let’s have roads that are safe for all

This relates to the call in Pillar 2 of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for safer road infrastructure, promotion of the needs of all road users, especially the most vulnerable, and for sustainable urban planning, with road authorities made legally responsible for improving road safety on their networks and encouraging research and development in safer roads.

2014

Speed kills – design out speeding

This theme relates to the call in Pillar 3 of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Safer Vehicles – for vehicles with improved vehicle safety & crash avoidance technologies and with high levels of occupant & vulnerable road user protection; for consumer information about safety performance of motor vehicles and minimum crash test standards, among others.

2015

It’s time to remember – say NO to road crime!

This theme relates to the call in Pillar 4 of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action, namely for Safer road users – through the development of comprehensive programmes to improve road user behaviour and sustained or increased enforcement of laws and standards.

2016

Vital post-crash actions: Medical Care, Investigation, Justice!

2017

2020 Target: reduce road fatalities AND serious injuries by 50%*

This theme is based on Pillar 1 of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety – Road Safety Management.

2018

Roads have stories

This theme is based on Pillar 2 of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety – Safer roads and mobility.

2019

Life is not a car part

This theme is based on Pillar 3 of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety – Safer vehicles.

2020

Remember. Support. Act.

The decade has come to an end,
but messages have got to be re-sent.