Winners of the Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards 2020 announced

16 Dec 2020 14:00 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards, which began in 1987, have continued to recognise outstanding achievement and innovation world-wide for over 30 years, giving public recognition to the most outstanding examples of international road safety initiatives each year.

These winners are usually invited to London each December where HRH Prince Michael of Kent has traditionally presented all his road safety awards in person however this was understandably not possible in 2020.

Announcing his awards Prince Michael said,

“Many congratulations to all my winners. I am delighted that their outstanding work has been recognised. My only sadness is that with travel so restricted this year I am not able to meet them and present my award in person. Their achievements are significant, not just because they are innovative, but because they’ve actually saved lives and will continue to do so in the future.

“As we come to the end of the first decade of action for road safety, we’ll shortly begin a second ten year programme which we hope will make a huge difference across the world. The commitment of our winners will certainly help to achieve the ambitious targets being set for this and their programmes will provide encouragement for others.”

A series of webinars highlighting the successes will begin in the New Year to help ensure that the valuable opportunity to share knowledge is not lost.

This is the full list of winners

Africa and Asia Pacific Road Safety Observatories

Agilysis – Supporting the UK Road Sector during COVID-19

Bogota, Columbia – Speed Management Programme

Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety – #CommitToAct Campaign

ImagineLaw – Speed Limit Setting and Enforcement In the Philippines

Indian Head Injury Foundation – ''Ride with Safety'' for children

International Research Group – TRAUMA

iRAP Saving lives in 100 countries

Lay First Responder International – Post-Crash Response Program Model for Road Traffic Injuries in Resource-Limited African Settings

National Traffic Safety Committee (NTSC) and Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) – Safe School Zones

Road Safety Scotland and the Scottish Government – How Gran kept young drivers safe on Scotland's roads.

Road Safety Scotland and the Scottish Government – How breath-taking roads have helped bikers to breathe another day.

Safe Kids Worldwide – Safe Kids Buckle Up Programme

Shell Malaysia – Road Safety Varsity Challenge

The Roads and Transport Authority Dubai – The Dubai Road Safety Strategy- Improving Road Safety through Partnerships.

The Towards Zero Foundation – #50by30 Campaign

The World Bank – Road Safety Innovations

Transport Accident Commission (TAC) – Road to Zero Education Complex at Melbourne Museum

Transport for NSW – World-first, life saving, Mobile Phone Detection Camera Programme

World Bank GRSF and partners – Enhancing the Safety of Nepal's Mountain Roads

For more information, visit the PMIRSA website


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